Making a difference to Endangered Animals

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- Protecting British Wildlife and Other Endangered Animals -

- OUR AIM -

  • To promote the Conservation of British Wild Animals, Worldwide Cats and other Birds and Animals that are rare or in danger of extinction.
  • To advance education for the public benefit concerning the Conservation of such animals, especially youngsters and those still at school and college.

- CONSERVATION -

We run successful breeding programmes and on many occasions release such British animals as Scottish Wild Cat, European Otters, Water Voles, Harvest Mice, Pine Martens, Polecats and Barn Owls.

- JOIN US -

We are aiming to enlist 1000 members and corporate support. Currently we are looking for specific funds to build an enclosure for a Snow Leopard that has been promised by The Cat Survival Trust at Welwyn Herts and to build a small Museum particularly for Education purposes for our many student visitors.

Please help us by becoming a member, adopting an animal, or by simply giving a donation.

- RECENT NEWS -

Keep up to date with what is happening at the Cornwall Nature Conservancy by following our blog and social media. Learn about the history behind the Conservancy and keep track of what the animals are currently up to. You can also learn about future events too.

- ADOPT AN ANIMAL -

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GET IN TOUCH AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE

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The Cornwall Nature Conservancy, The Centre, Tredivett Mill, Little Comfort, Launceston, Cornwall, PL15 9NA

Tel: 01566 776899  |  Email: hello@cornwallnatureconservancy.org.uk | Registered Charity No: 1162986

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