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Apr 29, 2015

Wildlife at Home Launched

British wildlife is set to enjoy a bright future thanks to a brand new partnership.

The British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA) has joined forces with The Wildlife Trusts to help support our native wildlife,

From nightingales and kingfishers to dragonflies and water voles, our native wildlife is struggling to find the habitat needed to thrive due to increased development, intensive agriculture and climate change

This exciting new collaboration will link BIAZA member zoos and aquariums with their local Wildlife Trusts, so they can get more involved in projects in their areas, providing skills, expertise and man-power for projects to support our native species.

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