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32nd European Mustelid Colloquium

  Registration and call for abstracts is now open for the upcoming 32nd European Mustelid Colloquium. The Colloquium will be held in Lyon, France, on 15-17 November 2017.   Early bird registration is available until Friday 15 September. The deadline for abstract submission is Thursday 31 August. To register or submit an abstract, please visit the Colloquium Read More

14th June 2017

PMRP Newsletter 2017

The Pine Marten Recovery Project Newsletter for 2017 has been published. 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 other Read More

13th June 2017

Go Wild in Galway 2017

Go Wild in Galway returns on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st May! Our 2017 event is even bigger, starting on Saturday at 4:30 am with a dawn chorus and packed with wildlife events until our bat walk at sunset. Click to enlarge the poster for more information and times of specific events. Join us on Read More

16th May 2017

VWT Anniversary Book

‘From Mallards to Martens’ is a celebration of the mammal conservation work carried out by the VWT over the last 40 years. The Trust was founded, funded and led by Vincent Weir from its inception in 1975 until the early 2000s and the book records the Trust’s work on the conservation of mammal species in Read More

30th September 2016

VWT chosen as Charity Partner of the Year

  We are delighted to announce that the Association of Animal Artists (AAA) has chosen VWT as their Charity Partner of the Year. AAA offers opportunities and support to animal artists wishing to promote and exhibit their artwork and further progress their skills. AAA exhibitions celebrate the natural world and offer visitors the chance to purchase beautiful Read More

15th February 2017

Funding received to help secure the future of the pine marten in Wales

The year has got off to a good start for The Vincent Wildlife Trust, with £63,000 received towards the next stage of the Pine Marten Recovery Project. The two main grants have been received from the Garfield Weston Foundation and The Waterloo Foundation. This will enable Stage Two of the project to progress in 2017 Read More

16th January 2017

Annual Review 2015 published

Our Annual Review for 2015 has now been published and is available to download from our resources here. 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. If you would Read More

6th December 2016

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, Read More

22nd November 2016

Vote for our project in the Aviva Community Fund

Voting is now closed. Thank you to everyone who supported us by voting in the Aviva Community Fund – you helped us reach the finals! Winners will be announced in January 2017.   We have entered the Aviva Community Fund to win funds for our Pine Marten Recovery Project. Help us make a difference to Read More

21st October 2016

2nd All-Ireland Pine Marten Symposium

Download the 2nd All-Ireland Pine Marten Symposium Agenda We are pleased to invite you to the 2nd All-Ireland Pine Marten Symposium to be held at Ti Chulainn Community and Conference Centre on the 14th and 15th October 2016. This two-day meeting has been organised to build on the success of the first meeting held in Galway Read More

4th October 2016
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