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Petition - Revive Dying Water Vole Populations
Animals  (tags: UK animals, water voles, Invasive Species, decline in population, water pollution, prevention of going extinct, prevention of wildlife loss, Habitat preservation, biodiversity, stronger protection, Wildlife conservation, animal welfare and rights )


- 443 days ago - forcechange.com
Support water vole repopulation efforts through expanded funding and a new Environment Act. In the UK, more than 90% of water vole populations have died out, disappearing from 94% of places they were once found due to habitat loss, water pollution...
TAKE ACTION NOW! Save Water Voles!
Animals  (tags: animals, animal welfare, water voles, endangered )

AWAY AWHI
- 1705 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
50 years ago the water vole was one of the most common mammals in the UK with a population of over 8 million. Today, things aren't as good for this native creature as we have lost 95% of the population.
Save Water Voles - Sign Please!
Animals  (tags: UK, water voles, endangered, animal welfare )

Scooby
- 1708 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
50 years ago the water vole was one of the most common mammals in the UK with a population of over 8 million. Today, things aren't as good for this native creature as we have lost 95% of the population. If we don't act soon we could lose
New Woodland Home for Yorkshire's Water Voles
Animals  (tags: animals, AnimalWelfare, environment, water voles, endangered, habitat, protection, wildlife )

Cher
- 3244 days ago - wildlifeextra.com
The endangered water vole has been found in community woodland in South Yorkshire - much to the delight of local conservationists. The vole was found in the 53-acre Kiveton Community Woodland, near Rotherham - a site managed by the forestry Commission
Water Voles Thriving on Leeds & Liverpool Canal
Animals  (tags: animals, AnimalWelfare, water voles, thriving, environment, habitat, protection, wildlife, wildanimals )

Cher
- 3473 days ago - wildlifeextra.com
Lancashire Wildlife Trust has discovered healthy populations of endangered water voles on some stretches of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal. This shy creature is actually widespread there because the canal still has brickwork banks in many places
RATTY GETS HIS OWN LAW IN THE FIGHT FOR SURVIVAL
Animals  (tags: water voles, protection, wild animals, endangered, survival, laws, protection )

Simone
- 4102 days ago - express.co.uk
Ratty was last night celebrating with his woodland friends after being given a lifeline in his desperate fight for survival. Water voles - the model for Ratty in the children's classic The Wind In The Willows - are to get the full protection of the
   

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