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Aug 12, 2018 @ 10:30am
It's #WorldElephantDay today. The world’s elephants are in trouble and need your help. Elephants are running out of space and time. Without elephants, just what kind of world would it be?

#elephants #conservation
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Aug 10, 2018 @ 10:30am
It's #WorldLionDay today, the global campaign to celebrate lions worldwide.

Wherever you may be, join us on August 10th to celebrate the lion, create much needed conservation awareness and help us save the King of Beasts and his kingdom.

#lions
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Aug 3, 2018 @ 8:18am
Here is our fundraiser Kevin meeting with the Woodland Trust ambassador and author Jonathon Drori while working the Port Elliot Festival! https://t.co/G5m5rQkQfY
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Here's fab Kevin Marshall for the @WoodlandTrust at @PortEliotFest here in #Cornwall. If you're here, go sign up and make his day, and mine! Every extra member adds to their voice and lobbying power. Thanks! #trees #nature #PortEliot https://t.co/5PQJIqF68h
Aug 1, 2018 @ 1:25pm
Congratulations to Mac and Garfield who won July's #StandoftheMonth with their inspired Woodland Trust stand at the @RHS #HamptonCourtPalace Flower Show! Love the wellies. https://t.co/ZV2yOruqqs WorkingWildlife photo
Jul 29, 2018 @ 10:00am
It's #GlobalTigerDay, a day to celebrate and promote the lives of some of the world's most majestic predators. WWF managed to capture some amazing images of tigers in Bhutan last year so showcase how amazing these threatened creatures are.

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Jul 10, 2018 @ 10:30am
It's #DontStepOnABeeDay, the special day of the year when people get together to learn about the importance of protecting and caring for bees. There are plenty of ways to help bees - check out the link below!

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@BeeGood_UK

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Working for WildlifeAug 12, 2018 @ 1:30pm
It's World Elephant Day today. The world’s elephants are in trouble and need your help. Elephants are running out of space and time. Before we know it they will be gone — unless we collectively stop the senseless poaching and consumer demand for ivory, and allocate protected natural habitat in countries where elephants and other wildlife can thrive now, and in the future.

Because without elephants, just what kind of world would it be?
Working for Wildlife
Working for WildlifeAug 10, 2018 @ 1:30pm
It's World Lion Day today!

World Lion Day is the first global campaign to celebrate the importance of the lion worldwide. Since the dawn of man the lion has played an integral role in our lives: symbolically, religiously, culturally, economically and biologically. To lose the lion from our world would be to lose part of our global heritage.

Wherever you may be, join us on August 10th to celebrate the lion, create much needed conservation awareness and help us save the King of Beasts and his kingdom.
Working for Wildlife
Working for WildlifeAug 1, 2018 @ 4:25pm
Congratulations to Mac and Garfield who won July's Stand of the Month with their inspired Woodland Trust stand at the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show! Love the wellies.
Working for Wildlife
Working for WildlifeJul 29, 2018 @ 1:00pm
It's #GlobalTigerDay, a day to celebrate and promote the lives of some of the world's most majestic predators. WWF managed to capture some amazing images of tigers in Bhutan last year so showcase how amazing these threatened creatures are.
Working for Wildlife
Working for WildlifeJul 20, 2018 @ 11:27am
Choosing our Stand of the Month is very tough sometimes... here is one of the runner ups for June, our fundraiser Rick who went all out at a cowboy-themed show with his Woodland Trust stand!
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Working for WildlifeJul 10, 2018 @ 1:30pm
It's Don't Step On A Bee Day, the special day of the year when people get together to learn about the importance of protecting and caring for bees.

One great way that people can help preserve bees in the United Kingdom is to make sure that they only purchase locally produced honey rather than honey that is imported. People can plant special flowers in their gardens that are especially attractive to bees, while creating a bee hotel in your garden will help provide bees with a safe place to rest when they are away from their hives.