Cheshire’s wildlife and wild places are under threat. In the twentieth century the region lost the red squirrel; seven species of butterfly; the black grouse; the nightjar and the corncrake. Its meadows, woodlands and ponds are also disappearing. Cheshire Wildlife Trust is working hard to halt this trend. We have successfully re-introduced the dormouse into Cheshire woodland and we run 45 nature reserves where rare or endangered species are protected. We encourage people to visit our reserves and help them to enjoy and learn more about the beauty of our natural world. We run Watch clubs for children and strive to engage their interest through close encounters with wildlife. Cheshire Wildlife Trust is a respected and authoritative voice on environmental and ecological issues. Our aim is to foster a new respect for wildlife which will enable it to flourish, even in our towns and cities.
Cheshire Wildlife Trust
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