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Is it time to close down the zoos?

Cruel or kind? Conservation and education are cited as reasons for keeping wild animals in captivity. Critics say zoos are outdated relics of a less enlightened era. What do you think?

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Convert 50% of the UK farmland to nature

Woodlands and wild places are needed to fight climate crisis and improve people’s health

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We're Hiring

Earn extra cash as one of our face to face fundraisers, and help us raise money for wildlife hospitals.

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Nearly 500 million animals killed in Australian bushfires

Ecologists at the University of Sydney estimate around 480 million mammals, birds and reptiles have been killed, including nearly a third of the koalas in New South Wales. More than 100 fires continue to rage across the country, having so far consumed more than five million hectares of land.

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Gifts for Christmas

We are offering you the ideal Christmas gift for the wildlife lover in your life.

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Wild in Wales

Education goes wild in Wales as Wildlife Charlie introduces wildlife surveys to future wildlife ambassadors.

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