Kent Wildlife Trust covers the county of Kent, England and is one of the largest of the 47 Wildlife Trust organisations in the United Kingdom, the Isle of Man and Alderney. Kent Wildlife Trust has over 30,000 members in total.
Founded in 1958, Kent Wildlife Trust is the leading conservation charity for Kent and Medway, with the purpose of protecting wildlife, educating the public, influencing decision makers and restoring habitats. The Trust manages reserves that include a range of habitats of extraordinary beauty that accommodate much endangered wildlife. The Trust manages over 60 nature reserves covering more than 3,000 hectares of land for wildlife, including over 55 miles of roadside nature reserve.
Adonis Blue, the emblem of the Kent Wildlife Trust ( Chalk Grassland).
photo: Fernando Carceller in Spain (Monegros)
Wye NNR comprises chalk grassland and woodland on steep coombes.