Our conservation projects strengthen the link between wetlands, wildlife and people, in the UK and beyond. Find out more about what we do.
Baer’s pochard came into sharp focus in 2012 when it was listed as Critically Endangered by the IUCN. It has undergone a rapid decline, pushing this duck to the edge of extinction. Urgent action is needed within China to address the critical threats
Black-tailed godwits’ main historic threat has been the draining of wetland habitat to provide land to grow food for humans. Now flooding and predation are also causing issues. Through Project Godwit we aim to protect the breeding population in the UK
Blue Prescriptions is an innovative wetland-based health programme, designed to enhance people’s connection with nature and improve their wellbeing
A Blue Recovery 100,000 hectares of new wetlands. To fight climate change, help nature recover and restore our wellbeing. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the world was facing a climate crisis, a nature crisis and an emerging
We’re working with local people to boost Bridgwater’s blue infrastructure, enhance climate resilience, biodiversity and wellbeing
Securing Cambodia’s Wetlands in the Lower Mekong The Lower Mekong region in Cambodia is home to some of the world’s most important wetlands. Cambodia is one of the world’s most wetland-dependent countries. Millions r
Wetlands can be an invaluable natural tool against the impact of climate change and biodiversity loss. WWT's work at Steart Marshes proves you can protect homes and businesses from flooding using wetland technology that works with nature, not against it
The curlew is now regarded as the most pressing bird conservation priority in the UK, where we hold a quarter of the world’s population. We aim to slow its decline through headstarting, research and community engagement.