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Walk for Wildscreen

When? 9 - 11 August, 2019

Where? South West Coastal Path, UK

Why? Here at Wildscreen we convene storytellers with conservationists to create compelling stories about our natural world that inspire everyone to feel part of it and protect it. We do this through Wildscreen Festival, the most important global gathering of natural world storytellers and Wildscreen Exchange, an online photo library giving conservation organisations access to world-class media to empower and strengthen their storytelling on the frontline.

We need your help to keep supporting 375 conservation organisations in over 38 countries, and to expand our reach. Wildscreen Exchange has over 25,000 images available to conservation organisations to help them tell their stories and gather the momentum to ultimately save the species and habitats they work with. Your donation will contribute to keeping Exchange online and accessible for a year.

Lucie and Molly, who make up the Wildscreen Team, will be walking a whopping 100km over one weekend (that's the same distance a tiger travels to establish its territory, and they have double the amount of legs!) The Wildscreen duo will be taking on some of the most challenging sections of the UK’s South West Coastal Path, starting in Lynmouth and ending in Westward Ho!

 If you would like to get involved beyond donating, drop us a line on hello@wildscreen.org - we'd love you to walk with us!

The Route
Day 1 - Lynmouth to Woolacombe
We're starting off strong covering 26 miles over some tough terrain, including the highest point of the entire South West Coast Path.
 
Day 2 - Woolacombe - Instow
This 28 mile trek will join up with the Tarka Trail and be the longest distance we'll cover in a day (blister plasters at the ready!)  

Day 3
 - Instow - Westward Ho! 
Our final day is a more leisurely 11 mile stroll, we'll finish off in Westward Ho! 

What are you looking for?

Please note that arkive.org is now closed

If you’re looking for information about a species, try National Geographic Photo Ark or IUCN Red List