By working together, we can help stop the decline of our wildlife and ensure a sustainable future for all
Taking a unique community approach, our urban wildlife project encourages people to work together to create thriving areas for local wildlife.
Through Earthworm Watch, we’re exploring the relationships between earthworms and the key benefits they provide: soil productivity, flood mitigation and carbon storage.
This pilot project engages schoolchildren across the Scottish Highlands with their local biodiversity through the use of trail camera technology.
Inspired by your response to our urban wildlife survey, this new project brings communities together to help stop the decline of nature in towns and cities. Read more
Take a look at what's been published by Earthwatch, our scientists and our volunteers
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From monitoring lions in Kenya to conserving rhinos in South Africa, science meets adventure on these Earthwatch expeditions!Read more
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