The Vincent Wildlife Trust

The Vincent Wildlife Trust

Charity information

The Vincent Wildlife Trust

We undertake long-term studies of a few key mammals in Britain and Ireland to develop specialist knowledge and experience resulting in cost-effective solutions for mammal conservation problems.

Founded 1975

  • Mission statement

    Our mission is to conserve a range of endangered mammals both through research and practical management. We manage our own reserves, undertake pioneering research and provide expert advice to others through practical demonstration.

  • Aims

    The Vincent Wildlife Trust aims to:

    • To promote the conservation of threatened mammals through a greater understanding of their ecology.
    • To conserve mammals through the practical management of strategically important sites.
    • To advise on the needs of mammals within habitats and landscapes, working with others.
    • To undertake and publish innovative applied studies on threatened mammal species.
  • Overview

    Established: November 1975

    Registered Charity Number: 1112100

    Full time staff: 10

    Part time staff: 2

    Volunteers: 300

    Phone number: 01531 636441

    Address: 3 & 4 Bronsil Courtyard Eastnor Ledbury Herefordshire HR8 1EP

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