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February 2013

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Caucasian Leopard: presence in Armenia confirmed

Conservation efforts to protect habitat for the endangered Caucasian Leopard in Armenia have been rewarded. Results of genetic tests show that the leopard is present in the Caucasus Wildlife Refuge. World Land Trust (WLT) is supporting conservation work in Armenia, but time is running out. Please donate to the Caucasian Leopard Appeal

Caucasian Leopard: presence in Armenia confirmed

Spotlight on elephants

Spotlight on elephants

Film of WLT funded project in Kerala reveals importance of elephant corridors

Saved from illegal logging

Saved from illegal logging

Mexico land purchase will protect endemic salamanders in the Sierra Gorda

Borneo river corridor is vital

Borneo river corridor is vital

Escalating elephant-human conflict means land purchase in Borneo is now urgent

Have a laugh with Bill Oddie

Have a laugh with Bill Oddie

Conservation champion supports limerick competition. Now on YouTube

What's on

New exhibition Birds & Bees opens at WLT gallery in Halesworth »
Through the medium of its gallery, World Land Trust is using the creative arts to raise awareness of nature conservation and biodiversity

Get involved

Say it with flowers on Mother's Day »
By making a Mother's Day gift donation to World Land Trust's Buy an Acre Appeal (Mexico), you will be helping protect some of the planet's rarest and most exquisite flowers

Runners required »
Put on your running shoes and get fit in a good cause! World Land Trust is seeking runners to take up charity places in the Great Manchester and Great South runs

Other news »

Ramsar recognises Beni savanna

The Barba Azul Nature Reserve in Bolivia's Beni savanna will form part of a new Ramsar site, the largest ever designated. The reserve is home to a number of threatened, near threatened and vulnerable species such as Pampas Deer (threatened), Jaguar and Maned Wolf (near threatened) and Giant Anteater (vulnerable). You can support conservation in Beni by donating to WLT's Buy an Acre Appeal (Bolivia)

Ramsar recognises Beni savanna

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