Scottish Wildlife Trust

Scottish Wildlife Trust

Charity information

Scottish Wildlife Trust

Established in 1964, the Scottish Wildlife Trust is the largest voluntary body dedicated to preserving and protecting Scotland's native species and their habitats.

Founded 1964

  • Mission statement

    Scotland’s greatest asset is its natural environment. Since 1964, Scottish Wildlife Trust (SWT) has continuously contributed to the enhancement and preservation of habitats and wildlife throughout the country. We believe that through encouraging access to wildlife, we can involve people in understanding, conserving and shaping our landscape for the better.

    Scotland’s landscape is a unique part of our country’s identity. From habitats on land to those at sea, from urban areas to rural retreats, we are committed to preserving and managing the landscape and providing homes for Scotland’s wildlife.

  • Aims

    Scottish Wildlife Trust aims to:

    • Healthy Ecosystems
    • Protected Places
    • Thriving Species
    • A Scotland that Values and Benefits from Nature
    • Strong Foundations
  • Overview

    Established: April 1964

    Board members: 14

    Full time staff: 50

    Part time staff: 50

    Volunteers: 1000

    Phone number: 01313124772

    Address: Harbourside House, 110 Commercial Street EH6 6NF

    View charity accounts on the Scottish Charity Commission website
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