Sit to Make a Stand - WLT deckchairs at Chelsea Fringe »
The Trust's Sit to Make a Stand Collection of deckchairs will be available for 'test sitting' at this year's Chelsea Fringe Festival.
Jason Gathorne Hardy silent auction drawing on loan to WLT gallery »
Currently on display in the World Land Trust gallery is Jason Gathorne Hardy's original graphite drawing Herring Gull on the Wing.
Making a difference: volunteering in the Atlantic Rainforest »
WLT's overseas project partners welcome volunteers, many of whom have life changing experiences. Siri Frost and Richard White describe their two months at Guapi Assu.
Zoo keepers take the plunge to raise funds for tapirs »
Three intrepid keepers at Paradise Wildlife Park are doing their bit for tapirs by bungee jumping to raise funds for tapir conservation.
Toby Gibson goes on the road for World Land Trust »
Are you fundraising for WLT? If so, remember to keep us posted before, during and after the event. We'd love to hear how you are getting on.
Shop online and WLT benefits: what could be simpler? »
The Trust will benefit from your online shopping! That is, if you shop online through Give as you Live, a web platform that makes a charitable donation for every sale.
Bird watching galore »
If bird watching is your cup of tea, why not consider a trip to Fundación Jocotoco's reserves in Ecuador? Nigel Simpson sent WLT an account of a memorable journey after his recent visit.
Limerick competition winner announced »
The public have spoken and Sally Peberday is the Limerick Queen.
WLT has a vacancy for a Head of Donor Development »
Do you know someone able to manage the Trust's income generating activities? Please spread the word about our vacancy for a Head of Donor Development.
Other news »
Not a lot'a otter
This young otter was seen recently in the Rio Zunac Reserve, managed by Fundación EcoMinga, one of WLT's conservation partners in Ecuador. The Neotropical Otter (or Neotropical River Otter - Lontra longicaudis), is one of the rarest resident mammals on the reserve and it was a very special sighting.