Alderney Wildlife Trust

Credits: Rockpooling on Alderney - Alderney Wildlife Trust
Alderney Wildlife Trust is the local wildlife conservation charity protecting the wildlife of Alderney.

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Alderney Wildlife Trust looks after 3 nature reserves. To learn more about places to see wildlife around Alderney please click here

More about Alderney Wildlife Trust

Alderney is one of the Channel Islands (in the English Channel that separates France and England) and is actually closer to France than the rest of the UK! As it is a small island, Alderney's environment is extremely special and is different to most other places in the UK. It is a special place for seabirds and marine wildlife in particular. Alderney Wildlife Trust looks after wildlife on the island and it does this a variety of different ways including

 

  • Running educational and public events
  • Visiting local schools 
  • Establishing public ecological surveys 
  • Producing local wildlife literature 
  • Running participatory practical conservation sessions
  • Establishing school/college/university research projects

Alderney is the only Wildlife Trust in the Channel Islands, but our Wildlife Watch Group has now linked up with Sark to make what could be a very strong double act!


Currently the Alderney Wildlife Trust website is being updated and modernised but we hope our beautiful 'galleries' will soon be back - and better!


If you wish to contact Watch, telephone Suzy Weir at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for Alderney or Sarah Cottle on 01481 832601 ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) for Sark.

 


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