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The term wildlife trust can be used in one of two senses to describe organisations concerned with wildlife:
- in a specific sense, to refer to the Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts in the United Kingdom, or one of its constituent members known as The Wildlife Trusts; a list of these can be found at that page.
- in a more generic sense to refer to a charitable organisation whose aims relate to wildlife (usually wildlife conservation, but also education); a (very incomplete) list of these is below.
Wildlife trusts (other than those that are part of the UK movement The Wildlife Trusts):
- Wildlife Trust (US) — a US-based organisation
- Endangered Wildlife Trust
- The Irish Wildlife Trust
- The Vincent Wildlife Trust
- The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
- Wildlife Trust of India
- Okavango People's Wildlife Trust
- Northmoor Trust
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