Charity: Wiltshire Wildlife Trust
Wiltshire Wildlife Trust was founded in 1962, driven by a concern to protect local wildlife and natural habitats. Our first nature reserve was Blackmoor Copse, a Site of Special Scientific Interest and one of the most important woods in Wiltshire for butterflies. Today, we manage over 40 nature reserves across the county, including wetland, woodland, meadow and chalk downland habitats. The majority are designated for their conservation value, and many are recognised for their historical and archaeological importance. We are passionate about getting people outdoors to experience nature and to take action to ensure its protection. This involves: i) Creating living landscapes across Wiltshire by restoring, reconnecting and recreating wildlife habitats across landscapes for wildlife and people. ii) Inspiring and supporting people to live more sustainably.