• Pine Marten Recovery Project January Blog

    Pine marten © Bill Cuthbert

    The Vincent Wildlife Trust’s work with pine martens has been almost continual over the last three decades, spanning the entire UK, Ireland and parts of mainland Europe. It has been building up in scale and sophistication, and has resulted in the conception of our current focus –a Pine Marten Recovery Project (PMRP). This is the first blog update for the PMRP!
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  • December e-newsletter published

    Lesser horseshoe bat © Frank Greenaway

    We have just published our latest e-newsletter for December 2014. Read about our work over the last 6 months, including updates on pine martens, polecats, Bechstein's bats, lesser horseshoe bats and harvest mice.
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  • Pine Marten Recovery Project Video

    © Colin Smith

    VWT staff have recently produced a video Restoring the Pine Marten to England and Wales. The video highlights some of the research we have been carrying out to establish the present status of this rare British mammal, and explains why we believe that intervention is needed in order to prevent the pine marten from going extinct in England and Wales.
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  • People & Pine Martens in Wales end of project blog

    Pine marten © Bill Cuthbert

    This is the last instalment of the blogs for the People & Pine Marten in Wales project, of which I have been proud to be the Project Officer for the last two years. The project, funded by the Co-operative Wales’s Welsh carrier bag levy, has been a resounding success, achieving what it set out to do: raise awareness of pine martens, engage more people in conservation, and take steps to implement a strategy for the recovery of the pine marten in Wales.
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