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Two Families Fall Out (of a Plane) To Help Wildlife

Two Families Fall Out (of a Plane) To Help Wildlife A Skydive Challenge to raise money for a wildlife charity has been taken up by two separate families. The Eveleighs and the Masons are among several people who will be taking a dive to help endangered animals by supporting Horsham wildlife charity Care for the […]…

Marathon completed… Elephants saved!

Marathon completed… Elephants saved! Guest Blog from one of the wonderful people who ran a marathon to help support and our work, Karra Rothery. You can see the original blog here and you can still sponsor our marathon runners here. So it was the morning of the Brighton Marathon and I had barely slept, nerves […]…

Keeping the Tiger from the Door

Keeping the Tiger from the Door By Care for the Wild Projects Manager Karen Pettman We’ve recently partnered with the Wildlife Protection Society of India (WPSI) to help conserve the tiger population of the Simlipal Tiger reserve, through the protection of their prey base which is at risk from local tribal hunters. Our aim is […]…

Wildlife Charity to Pop-Up in Swan Walk

Wildlife Charity to Pop-Up in Swan Walk Elephants, lions and hedgehogs will be popping-up in Swan Walk on Friday and Saturday (11th, 12th April) when a wildlife charity takes over a shop for two days. Horsham charity Care for the Wild will be taking over a pop-up shop opposite Marks and Spencer, and promise something […]…

Princess is Wrong to Back Badger Gassing

Princess is Wrong to Back Badger Gassing Reports that Princess Anne would back the gassing of badgers, rather than shooting, as part of a cull to reduce bovine TB have caused outrage and disappointment. Dominic Dyer, CEO of the Badger Trust and Policy Advisor to Care for the Wild, said: “The anti-badger cull protest movement […]…

Badger Cull Roll-Out Postponed – But Returns to …

Badger Cull Roll-Out Postponed – But Will Return to Gloucestershire and Somerset A potential badger cull across 10 counties in England has been postponed by the government, but culling will continue in Somerset and Gloucestershire, it has been announced today. Secretary of State Owen Paterson told Parliament that the government was listening to advice from […]…

Blueprint for Beating bTB

Blueprint for Beating bTB Wales Shows How to Beat the Disease with 48% Drop in 4 years (and no badger cull) A detailed analysis of how farmers in Wales are defeating bovine TB (bTB), without culling badgers, will be revealed tonight at a Royal Society debate into ways to tackle the disease. The official figures […]…

A Tale of Two Fox Cubs

A Tale of Two Fox Cubs Two fox cubs who were separated from their mother by a new garden fence are to face very different futures, after being rescued by Care for the Wild. The girl and boy cubs, named Sooty and Sweep because of the noises they make, were rescued from a garden in […]…

Dump Badger Cull and Focus on Farming

Dump Badger Cull and Focus on Farming – TB Rates Continue to Fall Due to Improved Farming Practices New figures from Defra show that TB rates in cattle have continued to fall over the last year, prior to any impact (positive or negative) that could have come from the badger cull trials. While the figures […]…

London Roars for Lions – Mass Protest Agains…

London Roars for Lions – Mass Protest Against ‘Pathetic’ ‘Canned Hunting’ of Trapped Lions Shooting tame, trapped lions for sport will be in the spotlight on Saturday 15th March as an unprecedented 55 marches across the world will simultaneously call for it to be banned. So called ‘Canned Hunting’ is the target of the Global […]…

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