Blue carbon

Put together, peatlands and coastal wetlands store more carbon than all the world’s forests combined.



We hope you’re keeping safe and healthy while, like us, you adapt to this new way of life.

We are open but we’ve had to make some changes to help everyone keep safe.

Behind the scenes, we’re still operating as a conservation charity and doing all we can to save wetlands and wildlife.

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Our work

WWT save critically endangered species from extinction, work with communities around the world who depend on wetlands and inspire people to take care of nature.

Our work

Our work

We’re working across the UK and the world to conserve our wetlands for wildlife and people.

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As pressure increases on the world’s natural resources, we’re taking action to save wetlands for wildlife and people.

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Featured projects

Wetlands of Madagascar

These impressively biodiverse, essential habitats have shrunk by 60%.

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Migratory fish of the Severn

Freeing up barriers for species like the Critically Endangered European eel.

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Swan news

The latest news and stories from the team working along the flyway.

Read swan news