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  • Annual Report & Financial Statements 2017

    This report outlines our achievements in 2017, explains our governance arrangements and outlines our future plans. The VWT’s audited financial statements for 2016 provide financial details of our work during the year and how it was funded.


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  • Bringing the Pine Marten back from the brink

    The Back from the Brink project will pave the way for the recovery of the pine marten in northern England as the population spreads south from Scotland.


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  • VWT E-newsletter December 2017

    This issue of our newsletter includes highlights from the first ever Autumn Swarming Bat Conference and the final phase of pine marten translocations to mid Wales. We also hear from the staff working across the UK & in Ireland and receive updates from our PhD students on their work with grey squirrels, polecats, Bechstein’s bats and Read More


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  • A guide to identifying evidence of pine martens in Wales

    This guide gives an overview of the pine marten in Wales and shows how to identify pine marten fields signs. This leaflet also provides information on the ways that you can help monitor the pine marten population in Wales; for example, hosting a camera trap, den box or hair tube.


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  • Annual Review 2016

    This summary version of our Annual Report outlines the achievements of the Trust in 2016. It covers our work on mustelids, bats and other species and includes a financial synopsis.


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  • Annual Report & Financial Statements 2016

    This report outlines our achievements in 2016, explains our governance arrangements and outlines our future plans. The VWT’s audited financial statements for 2016 provide financial details of our work during the year and how it was funded.


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  • PMRP Newsletter June 2017

    Welcome to the Pine Marten Recovery Project Newsletter 2017. Here you can read the latest news from the project, including the survival and territorial establishment of the pine martens recently translocated to Wales and their breeding success to date. You can also find out more about our on-going pine marten work in Read More


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  • The Vincent Wildlife Trust

    This leaflet gives an overview of the work of The Vincent Wildlife Trust (VWT). The VWT’s work currently centres on the rarer bats and members of the weasel family (mustelids). The Trust is expert in a number of species of concern, notably the two horseshoe bats and the pine marten.


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  • The MORRIS Lesser Horseshoe ‘Cool Tower’

    Lesser horseshoe bats require a range of micro-environments in a roost, including an area where they can go into torpor in times of inclement weather, poor insect availability or as their body condition, age or sex dictates. ‘Cool rooms’ may also be used in times when the temperature inside the roost is Read More


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  • Annual Review 2015

    This summary version of our Annual Report outlines the achievements of the Trust in its 40th year. It covers our work on mustelids, bats and other species as well as including a financial synopsis.


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