UK bird conservation

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British Trust for Ornithology
BTO, The Nunnery, Thetford, Norfolk IP24 2PU
Tel: +44 (0)1842 750050 Fax: +44 (0)1842 750030 Email: info@bto.org
Registered Charity Number 216652.
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Royal Society for the protection of Birds
The RSPB is the UK charity working to secure a healthy environment for birds and wildlife, helping to create a better world for us all. Click here to view the RSPB web site
Royal Society for the protection of Birds
Scottish Wildlife TrustScottish Wildlife Trust
Scottish Wildlife Trust
Cramond House
Kirk Cramond
Cramond Glebe Road
Edinburgh
EH4 6NS

Tel: 0131 312 7765 (switchboard)
Fax: 0131 312 8705
Wildfowl and Wetlands TrustWildfowl and Wetlands Trust
The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust is the largest international wetland conservation charity in the UK.
Founded in 1946 by the artist and naturalist Sir Peter Scott (1909 - 1989), WWT has 9 visitor centres around the UK, where people can get closer to wetland birds and enjoy spectacular wetland landscapes. Click here to view this web site

The Wildlife Trusts

The Wildlife Trusts partnership is the UK's leading conservation charity dedicated to all wildlife.
The network of 47 local Wildlife Trusts and a junior branch, Wildlife Watch, work together with local communities to protect wildlife in all habitats across the UK, in towns, countryside, wetlands and seas.Click here to view this web site

The Barn Owl Trust

The Barn Owl Trust

Established as a registered charity in 1988, The Barn Owl Trust has been working to conserve these wonderful birds since 1985. The main areas of the Barn Owl trust's work are practical conservation, education, provision of information and research. We also run a small sanctuary for injured and abandoned owls.Click here for further details

The Countryside Restoration Trust

The Countryside Restoration Trust

The Countryside Restoration Trust was established in 1993 by the Chairman, Robin Page, the late conservationist Sir Laurens van der Post and the late artist and conservationist, Gordon Beningfield.

Launched in response to growing fears about intensive and industrialised farming, the CRT initially aimed to purchase land which had been intensively farmed, in order to restore it to a living countryside, rather than a lifeless food factory. As the CRT has grown its aims have broadened to encompass purchasing farmland and woodland where traditional farming methods, wildlife habitat and biodiversity are under threat.

The CRT promotes a working countryside using sensitive and sympathetic farming practices that encourage and protect wildlife to produce quality food..Click here for more details

The Wildlife Habitat Trust

The Wildlife Habitat Trust

The Wildlife Habitat Trust (WHT) was set up in 1986 by members of the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC). It is dedicated to raising and distributing funds to help with the acquisition of land either for shooting, especially wildfowling or for nature conservation, or both. The WHT provides grants to help manage sites for wildlife and is now turning its attention to providing some support for local and national Biodiversity Action Plans (BAPs). Most recently, grants have been given to help with the conservation of grey partridge, water voles and dormice. These grants support the conservation objectives of the RSPB, the Environment Agency and English Nature.

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The Hebridean Whale and Dolphin TrustThe Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust
Established in 1994, HWDT is a registered charity that has pioneered
practical, locally based conservation through education and the study
of whales, dolphins and porpoises in the Hebrides.

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The Moorland Association

The Moorland Association

Moorland Association members are passionate in their care for 860,000 acres of heather moorland in England and Wales for wild red grouse, spending £52. 5 million a year on these iconic, fragile landscapes.
Rarer than rainforest, the UK has 75 per cent of what is left of the globally recognised expanses, treasured by millions of walkers and wildlife enthusiasts.
More than 60 per cent of England’s upland Sites of Special Scientific Interest are moors managed for grouse shooting. Over forty per cent are also designated under European habitats and bird directives for their rare and remarkable vegetation and ground-nesting bird populations.
The purple cloaked treasures are at the heart of our most precious landscapes in the country’s prized National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The Hawk & Owl Trust

The Hawk & Owl Trust

The Hawk and Owl Trust is a National UK Charity founded in 1969. It is dedicated to conserving owls and birds of prey in the wild – and increasing knowledge and understanding of them.

We create and manage nesting, roosting and feeding habitats; carry out practical research; and welcome visitors to our wildlife reserves, education centres and outreach projects.

By working with partners to conserve the places owls and other wild birds of prey nest and feed, we also support many associated species – from field voles to skylarks, dragonflies to grass snakes – in a whole variety of habitats.

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