On our 75th Anniversary we wanted to send you a special thank you. So to all our staff, volunteers, members and supporters and everyone who’s ever helped us champion wetlands over the years, this one’s for you….
It’s been an incredible journey. Each and everyone of you has played such an important part and together we’ve achieved so much. And now as we look to the future, we do so with renewed confidence and passion. Because we know that with you by our side, we can look forward to many more exciting years ahead and to creating a better world together, where healthy wetland nature thrives and enriches lives.
As we celebrate our 75th Anniversary, sit back and enjoy these short films that take you behind the scenes with some of the amazing people who work with us at WWT.
Explore stories from our history, peep behind the scenes and learn some surprising facts.
Memories from two members whose love of nature was kindled from a young age.
Deputy CEO of Natural England and WWT Trustee Alan Law recalls the day that transformed his life.
What do a printmaker, a photographer and painters have in common? They’re all inspired by WWT sites.
Local resident and photographer Andrew Wilson captures all the beauty of the London Wetland Centre.
Russian ornithologist Anna Belousova was a member of expedition teams roughing it to study Bewick’s swans on the north Russian tundra.
Jeanie Money and Abi Mackay each pick a highlight of their much appreciated support for WWT.
From the WWF Panda to the Loch Ness Monster, discover some incredible facts.
How did the largest network of protected areas start?
WWT Learning Managers Joanne Newbury and Chris Whitehead treat us to their infectious enthusiasm.