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March 2013

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Tigers recorded in Kerala corridor

We're delighted to share recent camera-trap images showing tigers in a wildlife corridor part funded by World Land Trust (WLT). "It's really satisfying to see the unhindered movement of animals (tiger, elephants, gaurs, etc) through the corridor, post securement," says Sandeep kr Tiwari, speaking on behalf of Wildlife Trust of India. Donations to WLT's Indian Elephant Corridors Appeal will create more corridors to protect elephants, tigers and a wide range of other creatures.

Tigers recorded in Kerala corridor

Chris Packham

Chris Packham goes on record

TV presenter, and WLT's third Patron, explains why he backs World Land Trust

Colombia land purchase

Colombia land purchase

An extension to Las Tangaras reserve will protect rare and endemic birds

Giant Clams in Danjugan

Giant Clams in Danjugan

Chai Apale, WLT's Keeper of the Wild in the Philippines, reports on activities

Plant a Tree for Easter

Plant a Tree for Easter

Plant a Tree for Easter and support reforestation in Ecuador

What's on

March Hares & Easter Eggs »
A seasonal exhibition opens at WLT gallery in Halesworth on 28 March 2013. The show displays a range of images of the Brown Hare - a familiar sight in the Suffolk countryside near Halesworth - alongside beautiful pictures of birds' eggs and nests. Check the website for gallery opening hours.

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Palkachupa Cotinga: there's still time to vote »
A project to protect habitat for this rare Bolivian bird has been shortlisted for funding - but the project needs lots of public votes if it is to succeed. The voting process is simple, but the vote ends at noon on Thursday 28 March 2013. Please make time to vote.

On your marks! »
Spring is in the air, and WLT supporters are getting ready to raise funds for the Trust. Catch up on news of fundraising efforts, and please show your support.

Last call for limericks »
We are delighted to announce that green poet Martin Kiszko has joined the judging panel of WLT gallery's limerick competition. The last date for entries is noon on Friday 5 April 2013, so sharpen your pencil and get writing!

Other news »

Luna landing in Sierra Gorda

A mysterious and ethereal creature, the Luna Moth is rarely seen. Roberto Pedraza Ruiz was particularly fortunate to chance upon this beautiful specimen in Mexico's Sierra Gorda. He describes a close encounter »

Luna Moth

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