We need your help to raise £10,000 to buy and restore the purple heather-rich heathland on Windy Corner adjacent to Stiperstones NNR in the Shropshire Hills.
Please help us to restore Windy Corner heathland by donating today
£5 will restore 5 square metres; this will support 20 heather plants and a green tiger beetle territory
£50 will restore 50 square metres; this will support enough heathland for a common lizard territory.
£200 will restore 200 square metres; this will support enough heathland for a stonechat territory
The restoration of this heathland is one more step in our vision to have unbroken heathland along the whole 10 km of the Stiperstones Ridge - allowing an emperor moth caterpillar to be able to crawl from one end of this iconic upland landscape to the other! Once restored, there will be a carpet of purple heather, bilberries and cowberries, buzzing with insect life including green tiger beetle, emperor moth and green hairstreak butterfly and the birdsong of skylark, stonechat and cuckoo will fill the air.
We'll give a Twitter hi-five to anyone who donates, if you let us know your Twitter handle. If you give £50 or more we'll send you a certificate to commemorate your important part in restoring this heathland. If you give £200 or more your name will be featured on a permanent display board at the site. Please note we can only deliver these benefits if you tick the box to share your information with Natural England.
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Photo credits John Beatty and Andrew Fusek-Peters