Berks, Bucks & Oxon Wildlife Trust: Protecting Nature's Treasures

Why Is Villiers Hotel in Buckinghamshire Supporting BBOW?

king fisher bird sitting on a branch

At Villiers Hotel, we proudly stand behind the Berks, Bucks & Oxon Wildlife Trust (BBOWT), an organisation committed to preserving our natural heritage. Being situated in Buckinghamshire, we feel passionate about supporting this charity, as our county is one of three in England that BBOWT focuses on. Join us as we explore their remarkable work.

Who is Berks, Bucks & Oxon Wildlife Trust and What Do They Do?

Founded with a vision to create a wilder future for Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, and Oxfordshire, BBOWT has been a driving force in conservation efforts for over six decades.

Their dedicated team of conservationists, volunteers, and supporters work tirelessly to protect and manage over 80 nature reserves, spanning woodlands, wetlands, meadows, and more. Through habitat restoration, species monitoring, and community engagement, BBOWT is actively preserving our natural heritage for generations to come.

The Importance of Conservation

Conservation is not just about protecting individual species; it's about safeguarding entire ecosystems and the countless benefits they provide to both humans and wildlife. By supporting BBOWT, we contribute to the conservation of vital habitats, ensuring that native plants and animals have a place to thrive in our rapidly changing world.

water vole munching on wild blackberries on the river bank

Join Us in Preserving Nature's Wonders

This exceptional cause depends on charitable donations to sustain its crucial operations offering you a chance to make a significant difference every day. There are many ways to help the charity from donating to organising fundraising events.

To learn more about BBOWT and how you can get involved, visit their website at Together, we can ensure that future generations inherit a world brimming wildlife and natural wonders.

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