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Water voles are on the brink of extinction


2021

Artwork by Pierrick Senelaer

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Pierrick Senelaer

Raising awareness for Water Volves

Biodiversity is at risk everywhere you look. Wildlife habitats are being lost due to an ever increasing and intense human activity.

Luckily, organisations such as the London Wildlife Trust is working at saving and preserving species for future generations.

Show some love (and your money) and support their conservation efforts.

“GREEN REVOLUTION” A2/A3 | C-Type print on Fuji Matt paper. | Value: £15-25

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Raising awareness for Water Volves

Water voles numbers are in sharp decline, with their numbers decreasing at the fastest rate of all our indigenous mammals – as much as 95% since the 1970s, across much of Britain. (Source: London Wildlife Trust)


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At Crane Park Island, they’ve been working hard preparing for a controlled reintroduction of water voles. At Frays Farm Meadows, their strategy is to connect the small, fragmented populations there so that they can grow into a larger, more viable, and ultimately widespread population.

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£20 could help pay for tools such as rakes and saws to maintain open habitat for voles.

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£40 could help pay for kit such as chest waders so they can clear out ditches where machines can’t access.

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£60 could help us bring in heavy horses to restore ditch networks without damaging vole burrows.

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