Somerset Wildlife Trust
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The trust, which was established in 1964, aims to safeguard the county's wildlife and wild places for this and future generations and manages almost 80 nature reserves. Examples include Westhay Moor, Long Wood and Langford Heathfield. It has over 20,500 members and 500 volunteers.
The Somerset Wildlife Trust is part of the Wildlife Trusts partnership of 47 wildlife trusts in the United Kingdom.
In 2010 the organisation won a Biffa Award for their "Restoring Habitat for Dormice in Somerset" scheme.
The Nature reserves include: (* = Reserves designated as Sites of Scientific Interest)
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- Somerset Wildlife Trust website
- Somerset Wildlife Trust, Registered Charity no. 238372 at the Charity Commission