About the North Wales Wildlife Trust
A North Wales rich in wildlife and enjoyed by all
The North Wales Wildlife Trust is one of 47 Wildlife Trusts across the UK and one of 6 Welsh Wildlife Trusts.
We are a registered charity, dependent on donations and the support of our members.
We believe that, with your help, we can do much to protect the wildlife that remains and improve habitats for the wildlife of North Wales.
Aims of the North Wales Wildlife Trust
- To conserve North Wales’ wildlife for the future.
- To increase the understanding of North Wales’ wildlife and its natural environment.
- To apply this knowledge of practical wildlife conservation in our nature reserves and elsewhere throughout North Wales.
- To enhance the enjoyment of and access to North Wales’ wildlife by members of the public.
- invests in the future by helping people of all ages to gain a greater appreciation and understanding of wildlife
- acquires and manages nature reserves
- undertakes projects to benefit wildlife in towns and countryside
- challenges developments which threaten wildlife habitats
- works with the public, communities, landowners, local councils and others to protect wildlife for the future
We manage over thirty nature reserves across North Wales
Our reserves cover a wide range of habitats and species, and range in size from many hectares to less than one, and in status from a National Nature Reserve to very small areas supporting perhaps a single species of interest.
More details are available in our reserve leaflets, available from the Bangor office.
If you have anything to report or for detailed information on any of our reserves, please contact us.
376 High Street, Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 1YE
Telephone:01248 351541 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registered charity no.230772