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“We’ve got to learn how to live with things again – it’s not just our earth, our land… we’ve got to give them some space back, really.”

Every sound you hear was created using recordings taken at Wildwood Trust, a centre for the conservation of British wildlife that features both past and present species.

Keystone is the second piece from Sarah's PhD Portfolio. Find out more about her PhD research here.


November 2021

March 2022

Global Studies Association PGR/ECR Forum



About Wildwood Trust

Wildwood Trust opened in 1999 as a centre of excellence for the conservation of British wildlife, and was established as a registered charity in 2002.

As one of the leading British animal conservation charities in the UK, Wildwood Trust is dedicated to saving Britain's most threatened wildlife. Wildwood Trust has taken part in many ground-breaking conservation programmes to date, which include, saving the water vole, using wild horses to help restore Kent's most precious nature reserves, bringing the extinct European beaver back to Britain and returning the hazel dormouse & red squirrel to areas where they have been made extinct.

As well as the conservation charity, Wildwood has two much-loved wildlife parks, Wildwood Trust in Kent and Wildwood Escot in Devon, where visitors can connect and get up-close with British wildlife past, present and future including wolves, bears, red squirrels, arctic foxes, bison, wild boar, lynx, beavers, and wildcats.

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