Coordinating Species Conservation
WWT’s long history of international conservation puts us in a unique position to oversee the broad range of activities involved in conserving wetland wildlife around the world.
Conservation action increasingly involves many different people – including scientists, aviculturists, site managers, educators, policy makers, civil servants and local communities.
Many wetland species, particularly birds, move freely between countries. Conservation is therefore necessarily collaborative and an international effort.
We have become experts in planning conservation action and we have a key role in a number of important international cross-organisational groups that coordinate conservation activities.