- tagged turtle's epic migration
A green turtle wearing a PTES funded tag has made her first migration and has just arrived in Panama after migrating across the Caribbean Sea.
Click here to track Karman live
Dr. Peter … read more
- christmas gifts of nature
This Christmas give the Gift of Nature to your loved ones.
Choose from Honeymoon Hamper for Dormice, Red Squirrel Rescue, Hanging with the Sloths, Lion Warrior and many more.
For each Gift of … read more
- save Malaysian big cats today
Help stop the imminent extinction of three big cat species in Malaysia.
We have identified a crucial but threatened narrow corridor of unprotected land on the Malaysian peninsular – home to … read more
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- good links key for hedgehogs
A new study reveals the importance of habitat connectivity in securing hedgehog survival.
A study commissioned by the People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES), in conjunction with the … read more
- state of British orchards report
A report released today by People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) reveals that over a third of traditionally managed orchard identified in Wales are neglected or threatened, and only 7% are … read more
- autumn hedgehog A-Z guide
Autumn is a busy time in the garden for wildlife, as hibernating creatures such as hedgehogs prepare for the winter months ahead. People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) and British Hedgehog … read more
- new tender for UK fruit collection
The government announced this week the details of the new managment contract for the UK’s National Fruit Collection.
Defra have released the new tender document to curate 3500 cultivars … read more
- big cats and wild dogs raffle
Thank you to everyone who sold and bought raffle tickets in the latest PTES raffle which raised funds for our Saving Big Cats and Wild Dogs campaign. The top prize of £1,000 was won by Mr Prandy … read more
- new moth found at PTES reserve
An exciting new species of moth has been discovered for the first time at our Isle of Wight woodland reserve.
The Dark Crimson Underwing, Catocala sponsa, turned up in a moth trap put out as part … read more
- 'cute' loris victim of internet fame
Many of our supporters may remember following the plight of Mo the Javan slow loris last year and now new studies sadly show the decline of these rare primates is linked to viral videos.
The … read more
- bats and churches- latest advice
Churches with bats need to know help is at hand and UK bats do not pose a risk to public health.
That is the messgage from the Bat Conservation Trust’s response to last month’s … read more
- dormice return to Nottinghamshire
The hazel dormouse woke up in Nottinghamshire last week as part of our ambitious reintroduction programme to help this endangered species survive.
Despite their once widespread existence … read more
- murder of turtle conservationist
PTES was extremely shocked and outraged to hear about the murder of ecologist and marine wildlife advocate Jairo Mora Sandoval whilst protecting turtles in Costa Rica.
We have worked closely with … read more
- 60% of UK species in decline
UK nature is in trouble – that is the conclusion of a groundbreaking report published today by a coalition of leading conservation and research organisations, including People’s Trust for … read more
- orchard saved by PTES inventory
The PTES orchard team were contacted over a year ago about a remnant town centre orchard in Stony Stratford that was under threat from a supermarket redevelopment proposal. As a result the orchard … read more
- big cats and wild dogs hall of fame
It has been three months since the launch of our Saving Big Cats and Wild Dogs campaign, so we thought we’d share with you an overview of our top supporters so far, and hopefully inspire more of … read more
- position statement on hedgehog decline and badgers
People’s Trust for Endangered Species and British Hedgehog Preservation Society position statement on the relationship between hedgehogs and badgers:
Hedgehogs are preyed upon by badgers and … read more
- 2013 UK mammal grants
Wildcats, bats, harvest mice, hedgehogs and red squirrels are all to benefit from the latest PTES UK mammal grants announced this week.
Over £110,000 has been granted to nine mammal projects … read more
- hedgehog loss worse than thought
Hedgehog numbers in Britain are declining by three to five per cent each year in towns and in the rural landscape, with the loss most apparent in the South West, South East and Eastern regions of … read more