The UK's nature is amazing. It’s also our life support system.
But our precious wildlife and wild places are on the brink.
The UK is one of the most nature-depleted countries in the world.
If you love nature, act now and find out how you can be part of the change.
Save Our Wild Isles is an urgent call to action for all of us.
In their first major campaign together, WWF, the RSPB and the National Trust are demanding an immediate end to the destruction of UK nature and urgent action for its recovery.
And everyone must get involved to reverse the harm we’ve seen done to nature over the last two centuries.
Stay tuned – every week we’ll be adding more wonderful facts and stories about our incredible wild isles
Starlings are on of our most common garden birds, but they're in trouble. Without your help, their mesmerising murmurations could be gone from our skies.
Native woodlands are the beating heart of our wild isles, but today the UK has less tree cover than most other countries in Europe.
Rarer than the famous tropical rainforests, but just as important, the UK's temperate rainforests are vanishing. But not if the passionate communities, landowners.
of our wild isles is covered in trees
only half of our trees are native woodland
UK’s temperate rainforests remaining