Say YES to wildlife!

Ellie Harrison and the Yes to Wildlife logo

Say YES to Wildlife! It’s never needed us more than it does today

  • Second State of Nature study highlights that wildlife is in trouble: 56% of UK species have declined, 15% facing extinction
  • Nature conservation projects can reverse decline
  • BBC Countryfile’s Ellie Harrison launches major new push for support



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We can turn round the fortunes of Devon’s wildlife

Beaver re-release Greater Horseshoe Bat in flight by Frank Greenaway
Wildflower meadow Exeter White beaked dolphin pair by Marin Kitching
  • The Trust is working to secure the future of England’s first breeding population of beavers.
  • We are creating wildflower meadows in the countryside and the city
  • We have made Devon a stronghold for dormice and greater horseshoe bats
  • We are campaigning for protected areas for our dolphins, seabirds and other marine wildlife



How you can help – Say YES to Wildlife today

In response to the report and Ellie Harrison’s call for support, we are launching the Say YES to Wildlife campaign to involve more local people in helping our precious wildlife.


If you are not a member of Devon Wildlife Trust

Say YES to Wildlife by supporting Devon Wildlife Trust’s work near you by becoming a member or by making a donation today.





Together we can turn around the fortunes of Devon’s wildlife.


If you are already a member of Devon Wildlife Trust

Say YES to Wildlife by asking friends to view Ellie’s film (share this page using the orange plus button below).

Post a message of support on or tweet your support #Yestowildlife. You can also make a donation to the Say YES to Wildlife appeal.