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Elephant Corridor Appeal
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World Land Trust is working with Wildlife Trust of India in an urgent bid to save Indian Elephants. The Elephant Corridor Appeal aims to raise £750,000 to extend and protect Mudahalli Corridor, an elephant migration route where the Eastern and Western Ghats meet in southern India.

Wildlife Trust of India and World Land Trust are working together to secure safe passage for elephants, tigers and other threatened species away from humans.


Borneo Land Acquisition
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Borneo's Orang-utans are losing their habitat at an alarming rate but strongholds remain and must be protected.

With the funds raised WLT will be able to help create the Keruak Corridor, which will link Keruak Forest Reserve with one part of Lower Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary (LKWS). The corridor is being created in partnership with WLT’s partner NGO in Malaysia, Hutan.


Belize Hurricane Emergency Appeal.
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Devastating hurricane hits Programme for Belize, funds urgently needed to restore forests and buildings.


Estancia la Esperanza
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A wildfire has destroyed almost 10,000 acres (4,000 hectares) of Estancia la Esperanza reserve in Argentinian Patagonia.
Please donate to support WLT conservation partner Fundación Patagonia Natural in the restoration of boundaries on the reserve.


Caucasian Mountain Corridor
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One of the world’s lesser known biodiversity hotspots, the Caucasus covers an area of more than 500,000 sq km between the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea, and includes parts of Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Iran and Turkey

WLT is funding land purchase and protection projects to extend the 1,084 acre (439 hectare) Caucasus Wildlife Refuge and strengthen a ranger team to tackle illegal hunting within the region.


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