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Wild New Forest

One of the most important wildlife habitats in the UK and Europe

Wild New Forest was established in 2016 by Marcus Ward and Russell Wynn with the primary aim of supporting wildlife conservation action in the New Forest National Park, through field-based recording, survey and photography of the local fauna. A secondary aim was to responsibly share information about New Forest wildlife, in order to assist and inspire others to discover and protect this special place. To date, we have co-ordinated major research programmes on endangered species such as Curlew and Hawfinch, working with and providing vital data to management bodies such as Forestry England, and contributing to national initiatives, e.g. the lowland England Curlew Forum. We have raised awareness of the special qualities of the New Forest and the iconic wild animals found within it, including features on Curlew on BBC Countryfile and Pine Marten on BBC Inside Out, as well as conservation issues and threats to local wildlife using our contacts in local and regional media. 

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