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Organisational Publications

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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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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VWT E-newsletter November 2016

2016 has been another busy and exciting year for the VWT. This issue of our newsletter includes highlights from the second phase of pine marten translocations and the 2nd All-Ireland Pine Marten Symposium. We also hear from the staff and volunteers working at our bat reserves and receive updates from our PhD students on their work with grey squirrels, polecats, Bechstein’s bats and greater horseshoe bats.

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Annual Report & Financial Statements 2015

This report outlines our achievements in 2015, explains our governance arrangements and outlines our future plans. The VWT’s audited financial statements for 2015 provide financial details of our work during the year and how it was funded.

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The Vincent Wildlife Trust Ireland Review 2015

This review is devoted to the Trust’s work in Ireland and outlines our achievements in 2015. It also gives a brief financial synopsis and summarises our future plans.

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VWT E-newsletter November 2015

This month the VWT celebrates 40 years of wildlife conservation. In this issue there are the latest updates from the Pine Marten Recovery Project and exciting news from our bat projects and reserves. It also includes details from our National Polecat Survey and study tours to Poland, Luxembourg and Germany.

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Annual Report & Financial Statements 2014

This report outlines our achievements in 2014, explains our governance arrangements and outlines our future plans. The VWT’s audited financial statements for 2014 provide financial details of our work during the year and how it was funded.

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VWT E-newsletter December 2014

Staff have been busy identifying ways to build on existing areas of work whilst developing new contacts through awareness-raising activities. As a result, the MISE project has secured funding for a further six months, our pine marten feasibility study has moved forward, our species recovery activities in Wales and our long-term Bechstein’s ringing project has provided data for a new PhD partnership with Exeter University.

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Annual Report Summary 2013

This summary version of The Vincent Wildlife Trust’s Annual Report outlines our achievements in 2013. It also gives a financial synopsis and summarises our future plans. If you would like to read the VWT’s audited financial statements for 2013 they are presented in our full VWT ‘Annual Report and Financial Statements’.

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Annual Report and Financial Statements 2013

This report outlines our achievements in 2013, explains our governance arrangements and outlines our future plans. The VWT’s audited financial statements for 2013 provide financial details of our work during the year and how it was funded.

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