Project information

Woodland protection and wildlife release

We already have a 3 and a half acre woodland purchased in 2009. We want to purchase additional woodland and enhance our habitat creation and wildlife release zones, and create extensive wildlife corridors across County Durham and beyond.

It will be a one off purchase and then long-term management

Charity information

Farplace Animal Rescue

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  • Need


    The loss of habitat and development pressure on our native wildlife species

    A lack of safe release areas for wildlife once rehabilitated


    It will protect and develop more habitat zones and create more excellent safe wildlife release areas for our sanctuary and the animals we help

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To protect woodland from development


    » By purchase of the woodland

    Success will be... the purchase of the land

    Aim 2

    To create more safe wildlife release areas


    » The improvement of habitat zones in the woodland and around it for different native animal species

    Success will be... zones being created within a year of purchase

    Aim 3

    Creation of new habitat


    » To develop zones for new habitat creation

    Success will be...zones being created within a year of purchase

  • Impact


    The long-term changes will be to encourage native wildlife to flourish and create ideal habitat for species where habitat has been lost


    We will need to allocate staff time to management and protection of the habitat and ensure it is within a manageable distance to the sanctuary


    Through ongoing updates every quarter

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £35,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £35,000 Woodland purchase Purchase of our next dedicated woodland
  • Background


    Many areas of woodland and potential woodland are located within 40 miles of the sanctuary - we have our first woodland protection project completed in 2009 with a successful woodland purchase


    Wildlife we rehabilitate and general populations of native wildlife

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    We have a successful track record now of such purchase and development

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Jan Edwards

    Head of Animal Care - she will jointly manage the project and has extensive experience of animal care and wildflife rehabiltiation

    Nigel Robson

    Animal Care Coordinator - an ex teacher, Nigel also has extensive experience of habitat management and creation and its educational value