Marine Conservation Zones
37 more proposed Marine Conservation Zones have been listed by Defra for public consultation in early 2015. Three north Devon sites include coastline from Bideford Bay to Foreland Point, from Hartland Point down to the Cornish coast at Tintagel and an area north of Lundy.
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Devon Wildlife Trust
Devon Wildlife Trust is a registered charity working to make Devon a Living Landscape in which wildlife on land and in the sea is varied, plentiful and widespread. We work towards this by securing the future of key wildlife sites, promoting the sustainable use of Devon's natural resources and increasing support for wildlife in the County. DWT is part of a national network of local Wildlife Trusts.
- Top up on bird seed with our supporters Vine House Farm: thanks to a donation from every Devon sale DWT received more than £4000 last year! Find out more
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reserve. Find out more
- Wild beavers are back in Devon - hear our views on East Devon's newest residents. Find out more here
- DWT and the badger cull - read why we're opposing the cull, what we think should be done and how you can help here
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