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GREEN MATCH FUND 2023
The 20-27th April 2023 saw the Green Match Fund 202when donations made to 178 participating charities were doubled.  Some are protecting specific animals such as dormice or otters, whilst others are focusing on habitats such as hedgerows or seagrass. Some are based in the UK but help wildlife overseas.  The event raised over £4,349,330  for the participating charities through 22,457 donations!  This well exceeded the previous year's event (£2.8 million).  Well done everyone!



For all you bear lovers... 21 July 2020

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Do you love bears?

And more accurately, do you love spectacled bears? 

Then you may want to head off to You Tube on Tuesday 21 July to for a live talk with the Natural History Museum, London.


Find out how the Andes are inhabitated by the only surviving native bear species in South America - the spectacled bear.  Like so many species, it is under threat from habitat loss.

Find out about the efforts of the Natural History Museum scientists are protecting this animal and its home in Colombia - and how the Museum's collections can help. 

This is an on-line event and it's free, though you can donate to the Natural History Museum. 

 

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