Montgomeryshire is home to a huge variety of wildlife including many rare species and habitats. With the help of our volunteers and supporters we aim to ensure that the flora and fauna of the county are protected and promoted for future generations to enjoy.
Since 1982, the Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust has been the leading voluntary organisation promoting wildlife conservation in Montgomeryshire.
The Trust currently manages and cares for 20 Nature Reserves within the county, totalling some 500ha in area. These reserves are a showcase of some of Montgomeryshire’s finest remnants of prime wildlife habitat.
The VISION of the Trust is:
‘An environment rich in wildlife for everyone’
The MISSION of the Trust is to:
‘Rebuild biodiversity and engage people with their environment’
The AIM of the Trust is:
‘To be an active and influential wildlife champion’