We protect wildlife
Nature is in trouble and it needs our help. Together with our members, supporters, volunteers and partners, we work to protect wildlife across the county.
We look after wild spaces
Kent Wildlife Trust manages over 65 species-rich nature reserves around the county, as well as local wildlife sites and roadside nature reserves. We also work with communities and other organisations to assist in the management of other wild sites in Kent.
We connect people with nature
We bring people closer to nature, from all walks of life and of all ages. Through our projects, events, education programmes and activities we teach people the value of wildlife to our world and to their well being and show them how to care for it.
We campaign for wildlife
We raise awareness about issues affecting wildlife and invite the public to work with us to make positive changes.
We advise and teach others
We provide ecological consultancy, education and other professional services to local authorities, businesses, schools and individuals.
What we've been doing lately
Biodiversity Net Gain: What is it and why is it potentially so important?
Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) is coming, and it’s coming fast. With it comes huge opportunity and significant risk. Either way, it’ll be…
Artesian well at Oare Marshes to flow again
Locals, visitors and sailors will be able to drink again from the artesian well at Oare Marshes thanks to Kent Wildlife Trust and a £10,…
How to identify dabbling ducks
Here's a helpful guide to help you identify dabbling ducks this winter.