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Description: European hare (Lepus europaeus) feeding in a field, summer. Author: Bertie Gregory - Bertie Gregory/2020VISION

Our Christmas wish for new Trustees

Trustee Vacancies: An opportunity to achieve positive outcomes for Manx nature

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Bottle-nosed dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) breaching. - Peter Cairns/2020VISION

Manx wildlife for the future

We are the leading nature conservation charity in the Isle of Man, caring for land, sea and fresh water environments. We work hard, as an independent charity, to protect our Island's wildlife and help people feel more connected to nature. 

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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In line with IoM Government guidelines, post lockdown, our Peel Gift Shop and our public MWT Nature Reserves are all open, however, our visitor centres at Scarlett and the Ayres are now closed for the season. Our volunteering activities, education programmes and events are taking place.

We are aware, however, that the threat of COVID-19 remains, and we aim to ensure our visitors, volunteers and staff remain as safe as possible. We are therefore still asking all staff/volunteers/visitors to maintain good levels of hygiene and take sensible precautions.

We are being extraordinarily vigilant and are reviewing our position regularly. If you have any queries, please contact our Peel office or email: enquiries@mwt.im. Thank you for all your support and please continue to take extra special care out there.


Saving wildlife and wild places

We protect the incredible species that call the Isle of Man home by creating spaces where they can flourish

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Emma Bradshaw

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A jewel in the Irish Sea, the Isle of Man hosts stunning habitats, beautiful wildlife and gorgeous scenery

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