• A Wilder Future for the Isle of Man

    Wednesday 13th March, 2019

    Isle of Man Landscape

    Manx Wildlife Trust is launching its Wilder Future campaign at 10am on 30th March 2019 at the Court House in Ramsey, in the presence of our Patron, His Excellency, the Lieutenant Governor, Sir Richard Gozney.

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  • Volunteer With Us: Assistant Warden - Calf of Man

    Friday 4th January, 2019

    Calf of Man with Chicken Rock in the Background

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  • DEFA approves our 'Isle of Man Endemic Flora Strategy’

    Tuesday 13th November, 2018

    Isle of Man Cabbage

    The strategy discusses the need to maintain conditions for natural evolution to cope with climate change by maintaining larger populations to preserve the full spectrum of genetic variability within a species. This should be done through ambitious landscape-scale conservation management.

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  • Work With Us: Estate Warden and Bird Warden - Calf of Man

    Tuesday 23rd October, 2018

    Accommodation on the Calf

    We're looking for two enthusiastic people to join our team on the Calf of Man to drive continuing delivery of the Bird Observatory operations to achieve our mission for Manx nature and inspirational wildlife found on Island so that it is protected for future generations.

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  • Go plastic free for Hop to Naa

    Wednesday 10th October, 2018

    Hop Tu Naa Moot Photo Credit Culture Vannin

    As the trees turn to their beautiful autumnal colours our thoughts turn to the celebration of Hop tu Naa on the Island. But will your Hop tu Naa turn into a plastic nightmare? You can still get into the spirit without resorting to plasticky tricks, here are some ideas.

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  • Do you know how to behave around wildlife?

    Tuesday 9th October, 2018

    Wildlife Code of Conduct

    Two members of the MWT team were today called to a seal pup hauled up on Fenella Beach in Peel. Fortunately, the pup was fine and patiently waiting for mum to return. However, many people do not realise that just by being too close to 'get a good look' they are endangering the seal pup. If it becomes stressed by people nearby it will attempt to return to the water where it could get hurt in the stormy sea.

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  • Celebrating all things NOT plastic!

    Thursday 27th September, 2018

    Jo Ruxton signing a #ManxPlasticPledge

    A night to celebrate action against plastic pollution was held at Ballakermeen High School with presentations from Manx locals along with guest speaker Jo Ruxton, the producer of the acclaimed film A Plastic Ocean. Single use plastic pollution is a global phenomenon, but as a UNESCO Biosphere the Isle of Man has a perfect opportunity to become a pioneering island for way of a plastic-free life.

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  • Have your say on changes to planning

    Monday 3rd September, 2018

    Government Planning Consultation

    It’s important to have your say on proposed changes to our planning system. Some of the changes will remove public involvement in planning, some may make take decisions behind closed doors, and some can help bring investment to local areas feeling the impact of developments. It’s important to have your say, and it’s simple to submit your views online.

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  • Festival of the Sea in Port Erin was a huge success

    Thursday 26th July, 2018

    Festival of the Sea visitor

    The 2018 Festival of the Sea last weekend in Port Erin was a huge success with over 3000 visitors coming to see the Marine Mega Tanks.

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  • Have your #ManxPlasticPledge included at this years' Festival of Trees at Ronaldsway Airport

    Wednesday 4th July, 2018

    Wave Goodbye to Plastics Logo

    Manx Wildlife Trust are partnering with UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man to enter a Wave Goodbye to Plastic tree into the Festival of Trees 2018 and we want to include your #ManxPlasticPledge.

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