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  • New Trustee Vacancy

    6th April 2020

    New Trustee Vacancy Want to make a difference? VWT has a vacancy for a trustee with investment management skills and experience. Now, more than ever, specialist investment skills are needed to help Read More

  • VWT and COVID-19

    25th March 2020

      Following the latest instructions from the UK Government, VWT’s staff are now home working and group volunteer activities suspended. Please bear with us if there is a delay in responding to Read More

  • Ten year strategy launched

    3rd December 2019

    We’re excited to launch our 2020-2030 strategy as we look to the next ten years of conserving threatened mammals using scientifically sound research. We continue to be a catalyst for innovative conservation Read More

  • 2019 newsletter published

    28th November 2019

    VWT’s latest newsletter has been published! This issue of our newsletter includes our latest work on horseshoe and Mediterranean long-eared bats, new partnership projects on wildcats and European mink, an update on Read More

  • Vincent Wildlife Trust’s Annual Report for 2018 has been published

    15th July 2019

    Vincent Wildlife Trust has just published its Annual Report for 2018. The report gives an overview of the past year’s highlights, its projects, its partners and its audited financial statements. Cover photo by Read More

  • 15th July 2019

    Congratulations to two of VWT’s PhD students – Cat McNicol and Katie Sainsbury – who have recently submitted their PhD theses at the University of Exeter! Cat’s PhD investigated the impacts of Read More

  • Vincent Wildlife Trust and Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust working together

    4th June 2019

    We are delighted to announce a new partnership between Vincent Wildlife Trust and Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust to help recover nature in the UK. Both organisations base their conservation work on scientific Read More

  • Volunteers needed for new survey of pine martens in Wales

    30th April 2019

    The pine marten has returned to the woodlands of mid-Wales, thanks to the Vincent Wildlife Trust’s (VWT) pioneering project to restore this native mammal to a region in which it once thrived. Read More

  • Pine martens in Wales to benefit from Postcode Lottery funding

    4th March 2019

    Through its Pine Marten Recovery Project, Vincent Wildlife Trust has restored the native pine marten to mid-Wales. Over a period of three years, more than 50 martens were brought from Scotland, where Read More

  • Mammalian carnivores stage a comeback in Britain

    25th February 2019

    A new paper assessing the changing fortunes of Britain’s native mammalian carnivores has been published in the journal Mammal Review, led by VWT PhD student Katie Sainsbury. Katie is completing her PhD Read More