- new wildlife encounters
Join us for a truly wild day out by booking on one of our latest Wildlife Encounters.
The July-Dec programme includes a number of walks, talks, workshops and wildlife spotting for species such as … 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
- vote hedgehog as national species!
Unlike many other countries around the world, the UK has never had a national species to call its own. BBC Wildlife Magazine thinks that Britain deserves a national plant or animal of its own – so … read more
- sign up for our e-newsletter
Keep up to date with all the latest wildlife news, ways to get involved, exclusive events and discounts through our free e-newsletter.
Click here to sign up to get the latest People’s Trust … read more
- latest appeal to help dormice
Hazel dormice are so scarce and secretive that many people are surprised that there are any left at all. It’s certainly true that they are in serious trouble which is why we are working so hard to … 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
- hedgehogs project volunteer
People’s Trust for Endangered Species is looking for a volunteer to work alongside the Hedgehog Officer in the promotion of a pioneering hedgehog-friendly fencing product (designed in … read more
- position statement on hedgehog decline and badgers
PTES and BHPS position statement on the relationship between hedgehogs and badgers:
Hedgehogs are preyed upon by badgers and badgers compete with hedgehogs for food according to research at the … 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
- final reductions in winter sale
We have some great offers on wildlife gifts on our online shop this New Year.
Up to 50% off books, cards, bags and more- so hurry!
We also have some quirky but caring ideas for loved ones this … read more
- latest appeal to save snow leopards
At PTES we are devoted to helping those species most at risk of extinction and sadly some of our most important carnivores are not only at the top of the food chain but also top of the endangered … read more
- orchard reserve update
At Rough Hill, the PTES traditional orchard nature reserve, we have planted 100 new trees over the past five years, and are currently restoring the remaining old trees with the aim of improving … read more
- astro to the rescue of cheetahs
Endangered cheetahs in South Africa are being given a helping hand from a new canine friend.
Funded by People’s Trust for Endangered Species, Cheetah Outreach have been training up a cheetah … read more
- harvest mouse raffle winners
Thank you to everyone who sold and bought raffle tickets in the autumn raffle which raised £7,598 for our work on the tiny harvest mouse.
The first prize of £750 was won by Mr Warner of Suffolk … read more
- government 'failing to be green'
The Coalition Government is failing on its own commitments to Britain’s natural environment: that’s the public’s view from a survey organised by Wildlife and Countryside Link (Link), a … read more
- join us for a wildlife encounter
Walk with wolves, track hedgehogs and go in search of dormice as part of the new PTES Wildlife Encounters programme.
The Jan-June 2013 programme features one day trips to see a host of species at … read more
- rare cheetah triplets discovered
The Trust has received some fantastic news from one of our grant recipients in Iran. A female asiatic cheetah has been recorded on camera with not one, not two, but a rare case of three cubs. … read more
- URGENT hedgehogs in trouble
Hedgehog numbers have nose-dived over the last ten years with over a quarter of the population lost, closer to half in some parts of the UK.
PTES joined forces with the British Hedgehog … read more