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  • 26 June 2014
    To mark the 25th Anniversary of World Land Trust we have released a short film entitled Bill Oddie My Travels with World Land Trust From A-Z Argentina to Zambia. Bill has been a...
  • 23 May 2014
    Bill Oddie, World Land Trust (WLT) Council member and Ambassador, is backing Love Your Zoo, a week long campaign to encourage members of the public to visit their local zoos and aq...
  • 02 October 2013
    If ever there was a time to make a donation to World Land Trust (WLT), now is that time. And here are the reasons why. First, during the next two weeks all donations to WLT...
  • 30 September 2013
    TV presenter Bill Oddie has made a video appeal urging the public to support World Land Trust’s Big Match Fortnight in aid of Orang-utans in the Bornean Rainforest. Bill O...
  • 30 September 2013
    TV presenters Bill Oddie and Chris Packham are urging the public to support World Land Trust’s Big Match Fortnight, which kicks off on 2 October 2013. During Big Match For...
  • 14 June 2013
    In May we announced that Sally Peberday had won World Land Trust’s (WLT) limerick competition. In June she received her prize, which was presented by Bill Oddie. She describe...
  • 11 March 2013
    Dan Bradbury, WLT’s newly appointed Digital Communication Manager, found a meeting with Bill Oddie just a little thought provoking. Just one month into my new job at Wo...
  • 14 February 2013
    Bill Oddie has given further backing to the World Land Trust’s (WLT) limerick competition with a reading of limericks written by WLT staff, including WLT Chief Executive, Joh...
  • 15 November 2011
    Bill Oddie talks about the importance of land purchase, seeing Brazil’s rainforest conservation in action, and today’s environmental message The story of the World Lan...
  • 17 May 2011
    A male African Elephant watches the WLT group in Luangwa National Park.  On a recent visit to Gemfields ethical emerald mine, World Land Trust (WLT) CEO John Burton...
  • 25 May 2010
    To mark their 21st Anniversary, and the International Year of Biodiversity, the World Land Trust set themselves the goal of bringing a tiny corner of rainforest to this year’...
  • 25 May 2010
    The WLT exhibit in the process of being set up. See more images from the construction of the exhibit here Bill Oddie visiting the Atlantic Rainforest exhibit. See the design of...
  • 24 May 2010
    World Land Trust (WLT) CEO John Burton reports about the visit to the Atlantic Rainforest: “At the beginning of May, with funding from some of our corporate supporters, I was...
  • 14 November 2005
    Ranch of Hopes, with its Guanaco sign. See larger image. (Use your back button to return here.) On Wednesday, 2 November at the Royal Geographical Society (RGS), London, Bil...
  • 08 August 2005
    Live at the Royal Geographical Society (RGS) Wednesday, 2 November 2005 at 7pm Last year Bill Oddie and a crew from BBC television visited the Ranch of Hopes, a reserve in Patag...
  • 31 January 2005
    Bill Oddie in Patagonia Protect Wilderness and Wildlife in Patagonia Did you see Bill Oddie with penguins, Parrots & Whales, on TV? Would you like to help protect this...
  • 19 January 2005
    Don't miss... Oddie's Patagonia Sunday 30 January, at 5.30pm, BBC2 Last autumn John Burton, WLT's CEO visited the Ranch of Hopes Wildlife Refuge in Patagonia, funded...
  • 15 September 2004
    Bill Oddie (centre) with a cheque from Geest PLC to set WLT's Costa Rica Project rolling in 1995. (Photo courtesy of Geest PLC) Famous Birder to make BBC TV programme in...
  • 31 March 2003
    Bill Oddie describing some of his rainforest adventures. Bill Oddie officially launched the World Land Trust's new educational forest conservation website focusonforests....
  • 17 March 2003
    A joint venture between a UK based conservation charity (World Land Trust) and the government department for overseas aid (Department For International Development) has resulted in...

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