Barn owl

Jon Hawkins - Surrey Hills Photography

Vote with nature in mind

Speak up for nature

With a General Election now confirmed for 4th July, it’s crucial that nature’s voice is heard.

The next government will have the huge responsibility of turning around our position as one of the most nature-depleted country in the world, with wildlife in freefall and climate graphs headed in the wrong direction.

Get ready to speak up for nature.

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Photo, Jon Hawkins - Surrey Hills Photography

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Red-tailed bumblebee ©Jon Hawkins - Surrey Hills Photography

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Protecting wildlife for the future

Established sixty years ago by a small group of volunteers, Devon Wildlife Trust is the only charity that exists to protect all wildlife in Devon and to safeguard Devon’s unique natural environment. 

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Vine House Farm ©Nicholas Watts, Vine House Farm Bird Foods

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Woman aged 35-45 years 'hugging' pine tree, Abernethy Forest, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, - Mark Hamblin/2020VISION

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