Join the People's Walk for Wildlife

The Wildlife Trusts are supporting Chris Packham's People's Walk for Wildlife this weekend

Staff, volunteers and supporters of Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust will be joining thousands of other wildlife champions at Chris Packham’s People’s Walk for Wildlife this Saturday in London.

The UK has lost 44 million breeding birds in the past 50 years. We cannot continue like this. We must not let our nature-deprived towns and countryside become the new norm. The next few months will be critical for us to take action for wildlife, and show decision-makers how important nature is to us.

People's Manifesto for Wildlife

A tipping point for wildlife?

Launched this week alongside the walk, was a People's Manifesto for Wildlife, a provocative report setting out some radical ideas for ending the 'war on wildlife'. 

Read our response

Will you join thousands of wildlife lovers from across the country walking through our capital to speak up for wildlife this Saturday 22 September?

Bring friends, families, banners and home-made costumes to make our voices heard together.

The plan for the day

10am: Gather at Reformers Tree, Hyde Park

12 noon: Infotainment

1pm: Walk: Hyde Park Corner, Piccadilly, St James, Pall Mall, Cockspur St, Whitehall

2pm: Finish at Richmond Terrace

Look out for The Wildlife Trusts’ stand near the stage in Hyde Park! More information on how to get there and the event in general is here.

People's Walk for Wildlife September 2018