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Restoring our natural landscapes is more crucial now than ever... 

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Kelp forest (Laminaria sp.) grows beneath the cliffs of Lundy Island, Devon, England, British Isles. Bristol Channel. - Alexander Mustard/2020VISION

Protecting wildlife in Yorkshire

Together with our supporters and volunteers, we are committed to creating a Yorkshire rich in wildlife for everyone. From saving our wildlife and wild places to bringing people closer to nature, we have a vision of a wilder future.

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Seaweeds In Shallows. Scotland, UK

Seaweeds growing in a shallow channel. Cairns of Coll, Island of Coll, Inner Hebrides, Scotland. British Isles. North East Atlantic Ocean. Photographed in July 2011. - Alexander Mustard/2020VISION

All at sea

Our magical marine wildlife needs us now more than ever...

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Sir David Attenborough

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