Marwell Wildlife is a conservation charity, number 275433. Our vision is of a world where people live in balance with nature. If you share our passion for making this happen please help.
Your donation could make a difference to our conservation work in the zoo and around the world. Our conservation projects extend from the reintroduction of desert antelopes in the Sahara through to community based projects in northern Kenya and habitat restoration in the south of England.
Our current campaign is to refresh and increase the size of our facilities for breeding, studying and reintroducing one of Britain’s rarest reptiles, the sand lizard.
Over the last 25 years, Marwell Wildlife has reintroduced nearly 2,000 sand lizards to heathland and coastal dune sites across the south of England, successfully re-establishing 26 populations. However, because sand lizards are unable to re-colonize suitable habitat on their own, they will continue to be dependent on conservation translocations, including reintroduction from captive breeding for the foreseeable future. There is much more work to be done to safeguard this colourful but elusive species, including our current initiative to reintroduce sand lizards to Eelmoor Marsh Site of Special Scientific Interest!
Alternatively you could make a cheque payable to Marwell Wildlife and send it to:
Fundraising at Marwell Wildlife
Every penny adds up and so does our gratitude so thank you for your loyal support – Marwell simply couldn’t do what we do without you!
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We visited Marwell yesterday and had a really enjoyable day. It was warm and sunny and we saw so many animals, including snow leopards, lemurs, giraffes, meerkats, penguins, leopards, marmosets, and tamarins to name just a few. We ate in the Graze Cafe and enjoyed food which we thought was extremely… Read full reviewJackie, 24th September 2016