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Roger Wilson Memorial Fund
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Roger Wilson was an extraordinary conservationist who dedicated his life to protecting wildlife. Donations made in his memory will go towards the Treasure Chest Appeal, supporting the land purchase and protection of tropical rainforest in Guatemala.

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WLT Endangered Species Calendar 2018
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World Land Trust's Endangered Species Calendar 2018
34cm x 23cm
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£7.99 (inc. VAT @ 20%)

 
 
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Treasure Chest Appeal
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The Santa Cruz mountain range is one of the last areas of rainforest left unprotected in Guatemala, and we need your help to secure it before it is too late. To protect approximately 2,500 acres (1,000 hectares) and create the reserve, we need to raise £625,000.

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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.


http://www.worldlandtrust.org/projects/malaysia

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Elephant Corridor Appeal
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WLT and WTI's conservation work in India aims to safeguard a network of forest corridors that will enable Indian Elephants and other animals, such as tigers, to move safely between protected areas, avoiding human-wildlife conflict and protecting continuous critical wildlife habitat.
Ensuring the survival of ‘flagship’ species like elephants and tigers requires the protection of the entire habitat, which means that the corridors will also benefit other wildlife.


http://www.worldlandtrust.org/projects/india

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