Campaign for National Parks
For over 80 years Campaign for National Parks has worked hard to protect and improve the National Parks of Wales and England, but wildlife across Wales continues to decline. Climate change, intensive agriculture, major development, invasive species and wildlife crime are contributing to that decline. This summer we will be publishing a new report exploring how we can make the Parks even more beautiful and teeming with wildlife.
Making a difference
The challenges seem overwhelming but whether you’re walking from village to pub or you’re on a dedicated outing to catch a glimpse of the shyest whale, there are things you can do to make a difference. Consider joining a beach clean, help document the species you see in spotter’s logs, use public transport where you can — and consider joining our fight to protect and improve the National Parks you love.
Curious Atlantic grey seal
There are many reasons to spend time between Skomer and Whitesands Bay or Aberdyfi and Portmeirion, whether it’s the views, quirky seaside towns or the beautiful beaches; but remember none of these things would be as rich, lively and colourful if it weren’t for the tapestry of wildlife surrounding it.
Britain’s National Parks need our protection.
The Campaign for National Parks is the only national charity dedicated to defending and enhancing the National Parks of England and Wales. Click here to find out more.