Current Appeals

Please support our vital conservation work

Below are the important projects that currently require support. Please give what you can to help our scientists continue their vital wildlife conservation work.

General Donation

Donate to the GWCT

Please support our vital conservation work during these difficult times by giving what you can today.

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Releasing Appeal

Restrictions pose great threat

Save our countryside and wildlife from the threat of gamebird releasing restrictions. Support our vital work today.

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Fox Diet Research Appeal

What’s fuelling our foxes?

Britain has the third highest fox density in Europe. Have you ever wondered what maintains it? Help us find out.

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Trail Camera Appeal

What’s driving nest losses?

Many ground-nesting birds are in desperate need of help. Using trail cameras, we can see what is causing nest losses

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British Woodcock Appeal

Time is running out

The coming years will be vitally important for woodcock. Now is the time for us to show our support.

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Unleash the Science

Urgent appeal

With your support we will undertake leading research, challenge misinformation and promote what works..

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Help us come back stronger

Please give what you can

GWCT CEO Teresa Dent CBE is asking for you to help the Trust come out of the pandemic even stronger.

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Wader Tracking Appeal

Support our wading birds

Help us understand what’s happening to our curlew, lapwing and woodcock by joining our biggest tracking project yet. 

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The Fox Appeal

Support the voice of reason

Please support this work so that the people managing our countryside have the best chance of making a difference. 

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Curlew Appeal

Help us reverse the decline

Curlew have declined by 60% in the UK since the 1970s. Help us lead the way toward their recovery. 

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Auchnerran Demo Farm

New demonstration farm

Support our new Scottish demonstration farm and help us show how farm income and wildlife can be compatible. 

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Allerton Project

Support our vital research

Help our scientists continue to research the effects of different farming methods on wildlife and the environment. 

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