Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is one of the region’s largest and oldest charities, starting life by taking on the ownership and management of Askham Bog nature reserve on the edge of York in 1946. It is one of the 46 Wildlife Trusts and the Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts that together collectively form The Wildlife Trusts Partnership. Together, they are biggest organisation in the UK working solely for nature. Today, we employ more than 160 staff, work alongside over 800 volunteers and up to  50 trainees and are supported by nearly 44,000 members. We manage over 100 nature reserves covering just over 3,000 ha of land and work with many other land managers assisting them to improve wildlife on their land. We involve people in nature conservation through the simple inspirat

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