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Dec 7, 2018 @ 8:21am
November's #StandoftheMonth goes to our recruiter, Alex, looking very chilled out as he represents the Woodland Trust at a Christmas market! https://t.co/OIruFNsxy1 WorkingWildlife photo
Nov 8, 2018 @ 12:38pm
Our #StandoftheMonth for October goes to our fundraiser Ian, who works on behalf of the Woodland Trust. Congratulations to him and all his small furry animals! https://t.co/TN68RSzZuJ WorkingWildlife photo
Oct 21, 2018 @ 10:00am
Today is Reptile Awareness Day. Reptiles are everywhere, and serve an important role in the ecosystem of whatever biome they’re a part of. Reptile Awareness Day is an excellent opportunity to educate yourself on them, and perhaps learn an appreciation for them. https://t.co/BbQjhd4NR3 WorkingWildlife photo
Oct 12, 2018 @ 10:30am
One of our representatives will be working on behalf of the Woodland Trust at the @GreatCompGarden tomorrow - come along and see what projects the Woodland Trust are currently working on, learn about trees and woodlands, and find out how you can get involved!
Oct 8, 2018 @ 10:00am
It's World Octopus Day, celebrating one of the most distinctive creatures living on the planet today; the octopus!

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Oct 4, 2018 @ 10:00am
It's #WorldAnimalDay. The lives of animals are profoundly affected by the actions of humans. It’s therefore essential that their rightful status as recipients of social justice is established and translated into effective animal protection.

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Working for WildlifeDec 7, 2018 @ 11:21am
November's Stand of the Month goes to our recruiter, Alex, looking very chilled out as he represents the Woodland Trust at a Christmas market!
Working for Wildlife
Working for WildlifeNov 8, 2018 @ 3:38pm
Our Stand of the Month for October goes to our fundraiser Ian, who works on behalf of the Woodland Trust. Congratulations to him and all his small furry animals!
Working for Wildlife
Working for WildlifeOct 21, 2018 @ 1:00pm
Today is Reptile Awareness Day. Reptiles are everywhere, and serve an important role in the ecosystem of whatever biome they’re a part of.
The truth of the matter is that reptiles are a vital part of a healthy environment, with common snakes helping to keep down bugs and rodents that would love to make a nest in your home. Reptile Awareness Day is an excellent opportunity to educate yourself on the wonders of the scaly world, and perhaps learn an appreciation for them.
Working for Wildlife
Working for WildlifeOct 8, 2018 @ 1:00pm
It's World Octopus Day, celebrating one of the most distinctive creatures living on the planet today; the octopus. Octopuses are worthy of appreciation for a number of reasons. First of all, they are one of earth’s great survivors. Indeed, despite their relatively short life span, octopus fossils date back more than 300 million years, meaning that they pre-date even dinosaurs. They are also highly intelligent, with around 500 million neurons located in their brains and arms, allowing them to bypass their instincts, learn lessons and solve problems.
Working for Wildlife
Working for WildlifeOct 4, 2018 @ 1:00pm
It's World Animal Day. The lives of animals are profoundly affected by the actions of individuals, businesses, and nations. It’s therefore essential that, as sentient beings, their rightful status as recipients of social justice is established and translated into effective animal protection. World Animal Day embraces all animals and the unique concerns of each, in every country, and makes animals front page news.
Working for Wildlife
Working for WildlifeOct 4, 2018 @ 8:19am
Congratulations to our fundraiser Marc for winning Stand of the Month! Seamlessly blending his stand into the woods behind him - perfect for working on behalf of the Woodland Trust!