Latest News

  • December E-newsletter published

    9th 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 Mammals in a Sustainable Environment project, in which we are a key partner, has secured Read More

  • Pine Marten Recovery Project Video

    16th October 2014

    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 Read More

  • Annual Review of 2013

    20th August 2014

    The Vincent Wildlife Trust has just published its Annual Review for 2013 which is available to read and download here. This summary version of The Vincent Wildlife Trust’s Annual Report outlines our achievements Read More

  • National Polecat Survey – 6 Month Update

    15th July 2014

    The Trust’s third national polecat survey began in January, with the aim of gathering up-to-date information on the distribution of the polecat and polecat-ferret in Britain. The survey has now been running for Read More

  • May E-newsletter published

    9th June 2014

    Our latest e-newsletter has just been published, providing updates on our work on pine martens, polecats, bats, stoats and much, much more! This issue reflects on the recent death of our friend, founder Read More

  • Pine martens spread to south Scotland

    16th May 2014

    The Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) report, in collaboration with The Vincent Wildlife Trust (VWT), confirmed the presence of pine martens in three new separate areas of southern Scotland. All three areas lie Read More

  • Pine Marten Recovery Project E-newsletter

    24th February 2014

    We have just published our e-newsletter for the Trust’s Pine Marten Recovery Project. This newsletter is the first in a series that will keep you updated with the progress of VWT’s Pine Read More

  • Help Plot the Path of the Polecat

    14th January 2014

    National Survey Launched The Vincent Wildlife Trust is asking the public, from Cornwall to Caithness, to help plot the path of the polecat. Polecats, once absent from much of the British countryside, Read More