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Wildlife Heritage Sites feasibility study released

Following a year of research and evidence gathering, Wilderlife and World Animal Protection are pleased to release an executive summary describing the feasibility of developing Wildlife Heritage Sites.  Said Dylan Walker of Wilderlife:  "This feasibility study was undertaken to find new ways of identifying wildlife sites that are meeting high standards of animal welfare, wildlife conservation, and sustainability, whilst also maintaining high tourism value. We are really pleased with the results and excited to move from a theoretical to a practical public engagement stage as we aim for launch in early 2023."   Next steps Following the release of the study, World Animal Protection and Wilderlife are beginning a public consultation phase of the programme, inviting input from local communities, scientists, travel industry experts and specialist wildlife charities. If you would like to participate in the development of this initiative please contact Dylan Walker at dylan.walker@wi

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