Making a Commitment
Join a wildlife group or charity working hard to make a difference for nature. You can meet over 100 different organisations at our summer events, all offering fantastic ways for you to get involved.
Let us know who you are supporting for nature by sending your photos and stories
Support the National Trust
There is so much to explore in the gardens and wild spaces around Bristol and Bath. Become a member of the National Trust or give what you can to their Coast Campaign and help them continue to look after special places for ever, for everyone.
Become a member of Avon Wildlife Trust
Join the largest local charity working to protect our region’s wildlife and beautiful wild places. Become part of a growing community of like-minded people striving to take action for nature.
As a member, you will receive three copies of the stunning Wildlife magazine per year, invites to exclusive member events and a free wildlife gardening guide.
Support Bristol Zoo Gardens
Bristol Zoological Society carries out field conservation programmes in five continents across the world and research programmes both in the field and at Bristol Zoo Gardens. The society’s mission is to identify and implement sustainable solutions to species and ecosystem conservation challenges through research, action and local collaboration. You can help support this vital conservation work in lots of ways. Contribute to the zoo’s Amazon wish list (how about buying a popcorn maker for a gorilla?), become a Friend, help fundraise or sign up as a member and benefit from unlimited access to the Zoo Gardens.
There are loads of ways you can support the amazing work of the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT):
- Become a member – you’ll receive a year’s free entry to their reserves nationwide, whilst supporting wetland conservation and saving critically endangered species from extinction.
- Fundraise for wetlands – Fundraise for a great wild cause. Whether it’s saving the Madagascar pochard, or creating wetlands in the UK, the one thing we do insist upon is that you have fun!
Support Woodland Trust
Woodland Trust have planted 36 million trees since 1972, that’s more than a tree every minute!
They’ve protected and championed woodland every day for four decades and give wildlife a chance to thrive by joining fragmented habitats with restorative planting to create corridors.
Avon Wildlife Trust
Bath & North East Somerset Council
BBC Natural History Unit
Bristol City Council
Bristol Zoo Gardens
University of Bath
University of Bristol
University of the West of England
Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust
The Natural History Consortium is a charitable collaboration between these member organisations.
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