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Find out what we’re up to at Wildwood with news on conservation, rewilding and our animals at the park. Please email us at info@wildwoodtrust.org for more information on any of our stories.

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Wildwood Kent prepares for a ‘beary’ special arrival
07 August 2020

Wildwood Kent prepares for a ‘beary’ special arrival

Wildwood Trust prepares new home for two abandoned bear cubs to arrive this summer.

Wildlife conservation charity, Wildwood Trust, is busy creating a brand new home for two orphaned brown bear cubs to arrive from Belgium on Tuesday 18th August.

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Donate now and join the fight to save Wildwood
05 June 2020

Donate now and join the fight to save Wildwood

Wildwood planned to open to the public today after being closed for almost three months. We had spent a huge amount of time and money putting measures in place to ensure that we could open in a safe and covid secure way.

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Ancient Breeds Return to the Devon Landscape
13 March 2020

Ancient Breeds Return to the Devon Landscape

This week our Wetland Recovery Project received a huge boost with the arrival of five new animals, here to help us revitalise this important habitat.

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Britain’s rarest animal given new hope as four wildcat kittens are born at Wildwood in Kent.
17 August 2019

Britain’s rarest animal given new hope as four wildcat kittens are born at Wildwood in Kent.

The kittens have been caught on video by remote cameras at Wildwood Trust near Canterbury – a charity dedicated to the restoration of Britain’s lost wildlife. Wildcats are Britain’s rarest creature and are now classified as "functionally extinct" in the wild.

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Historic day as beavers get protected status
01 May 2019

Historic day as beavers get protected status

Wildwood Trust, Kent’s unique wildlife park and conservation charity, is thrilled with the news that new legislation in Scotland makes it illegal to kill beavers or destroy dams and lodges without a licence.

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