Charities/Causes we Support

Wildlife Whisperer supports a wide range of charities and causes. Here’s some of our favourites:

The Wildlife Trusts

There are 47 individual Wildlife Trusts covering the whole of the UK and the Isle of Man and Alderney.  All are working for an environment rich in wildlife for everyone.  We have more than 800,000 members including 150,000 members of our junior branch Wildlife Watch. Our vision is to create ...
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Tusk Trust

One of the most dynamic and efficiently run conservation charities we have ever come across. Tusk, as their name suggests, have been instrumental in helping the African Elephant to recover after numbers were devastated due to poaching. They support Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and have recently established the Toki Trust, specifically ...
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Ol Pejeta Conservancy

It is a testament to the progressive and far sighted policies of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy that, whilst dealing with enormous challenges on a daily basis, it makes the time, resources and space available to one rather small, Big Cat. Their mission statement reads as follows... 'The Ol Pejeta Conservancy ...
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Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

Simon says "Lewa has pioneered a style of conservation in East Africa which has proved to be both effective and sustainable. Run as a not for profit organisation, this privately owned reserve is one of the last places on earth where you can see Grevy's Zebra, Black and White Rhino ...
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Secret World Wildlife Rescue

Simon says "I have known Pauline Kidner, the powerhouse behind the Secret World, for many years. Her unfaltering determination to care for sick, injured or orphaned wild creatures has often pushed her, and her family, to the point of real personal hardship, but she never, never gives up. Her work ...
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The British Naturalists Association

If you are interested in the Natural World, and British Wildlife in particular, you can't afford NOT to be involved in the BNA. This is one of the best respected, oldest and most active organisations concerned with furthering the knowledge of British Natural History in the world. It is a ...
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Lee Valley Bats

The much maligned bat needs as much support as it can get. One body that is doing a fabulous job of raising bat awareness is Lee Valley Bats. Simon is a patron of Lee Valley Bats. Ways you can help... From the Lee Valley Bats website'We are a charity registered ...
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Birdlife International

Birdlife International works with more than 100 conservation organisations worldwide to prevent the extinction of threatened bird species. They do this by encouraging support from organisations or individuals best placed to protect them. At present there are 192 birds classified as Critically Endangered. A terrifying statistic, I’m sure you’ll agree ...
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The Woodland Trust

Simon says "Trees are fab! Ever since I was a kid, being in them, up them, around them, and surrounded by them has been an inspiration. They have fuelled my passion for the natural world and I’m not alone in thinking they’re great, millions of other living things from bugs ...
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David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation

Simon says "In 2008 I had the pleasure of contributing to a fundraising event for the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation. Not only is David a superb artist who captures the essence of everything he paints, but his passion is evident in his tireless campaigning for endangered species. I am delighted ...
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Kenneth Allsop Memorial Trust

Simon says "I fell in love with Steep Holm Island whilst making a film about herring gulls there in 1986. I was captivated by the sense of wilderness and isolation on the island despite its position in the Bristol Channel overlooking major cities both in England and Wales. The wildlife ...
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Marwell International Wildlife Art Society

If you are interested in wildlife art then take a look at Marwell International Wildlife Art Society. Each year they hold a superb exhibition, keep an eye on their website for details. Simon is a patron of Marwell International Wildlife Art Society. Find out more... The Marwell Art Society was ...
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