See who’s rewilding across Britain, from the coast of Cornwall right up to the Highlands of Scotland, and how they’re doing it. All these projects are part of the Rewilding Network.
An ambitious community led project to restore nature.
Restoring wild landscapes to the Isle of Mull
Letting nature set its own course – changing a highly managed landscape to one of wildlife abundance.
The Wild Coast Project is transforming this island back into a magical intertidal coastal marshland.
Rewilding lowland farmland to restore biodiversity and create new nature based enterprises.
Rewilding the National Trust’s oldest nature reserve to create England’s most famous fen.
Pioneering wilding in the Lake District National Park
Restoring an extensive, varied and dynamic landscape for wildlife to thrive and people to enjoy.
Rewilding the world-renowned locale of Hawkshead, Cumbria.
A partnership project creating a landscape of thriving upland wildlife alongside sustainable farming.
Combining rewilding and regenerative agriculture for nature recovery on land in Norfolk
Protecting and restoring wildlife abundance.
Ambitious rewilding project in the Lake District, putting access and education front and centre.
Rewilding a commercial hill farm in Cumbria.
An eco-estate on the edge of the Scottish Highlands, well known for its beaver project and abundant wildlife.
Landscape scale ecological restoration and supporting local landowners and communities to add to the Wild Heart by rewilding land through access to funding and advice.
Over 30 years of rewilding a National Nature Reserve in North Yorkshire.
One of the first places in Scotland to seriously tackle centuries of land degradation, resulting in spectacular natural regeneration of woodland and forest.
Wild Uplands: Rewilding upland heathland and peatland.
Restoring biodiversity to an old hill farm.
A rich tapestry of habitats and wildlife guided by natural processes
Beautiful regenerating pinewood in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park within the largest National Nature Reserve in Britain.
The John Muir Trust is restoring this beautiful and rugged landscape to expand native woodland and encourage the return of native species.
Organic farm on the Berkshire Downs committed to enhancing biodiversity through natural processes.
Rewilding a former coal mine and dairy farm in the High Peak.
A bold vision of community driven urban rewilding
Rewilding one of the most visited farms in Lincolnshire.
Rewilding a remote and ruggedly beautiful corner of the North Pennines.
A ground-breaking community led project rewilding the seas around Arran and the Clyde.
Britain’s largest urban rewilding project
One of the wildest landscapes in England, and the last English stronghold for Scots pine
Taking a holistic approach to ecosystem recovery in Northumberland.
Restoring native oyster beds and seagrass meadows in Loch Craignish.
Restoring the Caledonian Forest and inspiring thousands of visitors and volunteers every year
Restoring keystone species and ecosystem engineers to one of the UKs largest ancient woodland
Serving a new way of life - reconnecting people with nature through rewilding.
Pioneering rewilding project that’s turned failing farm land into a profitable site of wildlife abundance
Blending rewilding and regenerative agriculture to restore wildlife across the estate
Rewilding one of Europe’s largest saltmarshes to support a variety of wonderful wildlife.
England’s first community rewilding project.