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Wildlife At Home

BIAZA and The Wildlife Trusts have joined forces to create our new ‘Wildlife at Home’ partnership for native species conservation.  This partnership operates on two levels:

1.  Facilitating connections between BIAZA member zoos and aquariums and their local Wildlife Trusts so they can get involved with key native species projects in their area.

2. Providing a central funding opportunity focussing on the Godmanchester Reserve in Cambridgeshire.  BIAZA members are collaborating to fund essential conservation management work, to transform these former gravel pits into a beautiful nature reserve.   

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Click here to view The Wildlife Trust's 'Wildlife At Home'  press release 




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