Manx Wildlife TrustWe are pleased to be a Corporate Sponsor of Manx Wildlife Trust, the leading nature conservation charity in the Isle of Man, caring for land, sea and fresh water environments.
As a socially responsible company with strong ethical beliefs, Island Escapes have chosen to partner with the Manx Wildlife Trust as our selected charity for since 2018. When you book a holiday cottage, we ask for a small donation to the trust to support their work.
Over the last 3 years the funds raised by Island Escapes have been used by Manx Wildlife Trust to support the management of nature reserves, improve educational signage for visitors and maintain access and pathways. The synergy is obvious, as more and more people are choosing to take staycations and enjoy the amazing wildlife and beautiful natural environment that the Isle of Man has to offer. Both Island Escapes and Manx Wildlife Trust believe there is a strong future for ecotourism and sustainable tourism in the Isle of Man.
About Manx Wildlife Trust
Manx Wildlife Trust benefits from their partnership with 46 other Wildlife Trusts throughout the British Isles.
One of their main aims is to acquire and manage nature reserves and safe sites for wildlife, conserving some of the best habitats and species on the island.
The Trust has a small staff and a group of trustees. They're lucky to be able call on a dedicated group of volunteers who help out with a number of tasks, from office work to practical conservation tasks, and are very grateful to them for their support.
A major force in protecting and promoting wildlife and wild places in the Isle of Man.
The Manx Wildlife Trust are:
Landowners: managing local nature reserves, encompassing almost 300 acres of land, two visitor centres and one shop.
Project managers of bird and land managers on the Calf of Man: an important bird sanctuary off the southerly tip of the island, in conjunction with Manx National Heritage and Manx Birdlife.
Consultants: advising landowners about best practice and providing surveys and information.
Educators: engaging individuals, companies, politicians and government departments about the importance of our environment and of the urgent need to protect it.
But most of all, are promoters and champions of the wonderful wildlife and habitats in, on and around our island.
Throughout the year they run a number of events that visitors are welcome to attend. You can find out more on their website.