83-87 Union Street
London SE1 1SG
Interest in Forestry: peripheral
Working for Wildlife develops land projects for the benefit of natural habitats
Working for Wildlife aims to reverse the dramatic attrition of British wildlife and the exploitation of its habitats by promoting conditions for both to flourish while also providing access opportunities to the public for both leisure and education.
This will be achieved by:
Sympathetic management of, and research into, wildlife and the environment, in particular sites of special scientific and/or historical interest, where animals live free from all forms of cruelty.
The acquisition, establishment and development of accessible demonstration areas, for the encouragement and education of the public in wildlife and habitat enhancement techniques.
Education and the promotion of best practice in wildlife conservation, principally through the internet, schools, promotional literature and sanctuary sites.
Providing opportunities for the public to view wildlife at close quarters at appropriate sites, without adversely affecting the best interests of the wildlife.
Using sustainable and ethical best practice for all project work, interpretation and visitor management.
Fundraising to resource these activities.