BECKY FALLS SHORTLISTED FOR THE GREAT BRITISH WILDLIFE RESTORATION COMPETITION!
We are pleased to share that Becky Falls Ancient Woodland Park has been shortlisted for the Great British Wildlife Restoration competition.
The Great British Wildlife Restoration is the first such competition of its kind. Inspired by David Attenborough’s ‘Wild Isles’, this is a new initiative from BIAZA (British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums) which seeks to raise the profile of the native species conservation work being undertaken by hardworking zoo and aquarium conservationists.
Becky Falls is delighted to be recognised for its Ancient Woodland Restoration Project which aims to protect the Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) status and preserve the woodland for future generations.
Members of Parliament and the House of Lords will now vote for the winner. You can get involved by asking your local MP to vote for the Becky Falls Ancient Woodland Restoration Project and help spread the word of the work being done to help nature thrive and create lovely habitat in the Great British Countryside!
Read more about The Great British Wildlife Restoration and the other amazing shortlisted projects here https://biaza.org.uk/…/22-zoo-aquarium-projects…