News

  • 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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  • Concern for wildlife at risk from wild fires

    Wednesday 27th June, 2018

    Scorched gorse

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  • Work With Us: Consultancy Officer

    Friday 15th June, 2018

    We're looking for a Consultancy Officer to Join our Team

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  • Stop the invasion

    Wednesday 18th April, 2018

    MWT's Lara Howe & Tony Glen from the SPMCE

    Manx Wildlife Trust (MWT) and Department of Environment Food and Agriculture (DEFA) held a presentation at Douglas Bay Yacht Club on Tuesday 27th March 2018 on aquatic invasive species. Dr Jan Gledhill, of DEFA, provided information on freshwater species followed by Dr Lara Howe, MWT, on marine species.

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  • Help needed for Hedgehog Surveys

    Wednesday 11th April, 2018

    Hedgehog © Gillian Day

    Manx Wildlife Trust is interested in the population numbers of hedgehogs on the Island and are looking for citizen scientists to help record their numbers.

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  • Wave Goodbye to Plastic

    Monday 12th March, 2018

    Plastic waste on the beach

    It's time to end the plastic problem in the Isle of Man. Today we are launching our Wave Goodbye to Plastic campaign and we need your help. All you have to do is give up one item of single use plastic from daily life and tell us about it on social media using #ManxPlasticPledge

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  • Ecologically produced willow and wattle for sale

    Monday 12th March, 2018

    Sustainably sourced willow and wattle for sale, with proceeds funding further wildlife conservation.

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  • How important is the Calf of Man for birds internationally?

    Thursday 15th February, 2018

    Dummy Puffins on the Calf of Man

    Many people may not realise just how vital the Calf of Man is as both a breeding area and a stop off point for birds moving between the northern and southern hemispheres.

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  • Southern Supporter Group Volunteers Needed

    Thursday 15th February, 2018

    Scarlett Visitor Centre

    We are always on the look out for new volunteers. As well as the usual need for volunteers to join the shop team or out on the reserves we are currently looking for people to help at our Scarlett Visitor Centre and someone to mow the grass at our Ballachurry Wetland Reserve.

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  • We have an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Volunteer Warden on the Calf of Man

    Thursday 15th February, 2018

    The Calf of Man

    This is an exciting opportunity for someone with nature conservation or land management knowledge looking to further their career prospects.

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