Help highlight the plight of UK wildlife
If we want to bring back nature, we need to show everyone what we're losing and how much we care.
We'll be joining Chris Packham on his People’s Walk for Wildlife on Saturday 22 September in London.
It'll be a fun and family-friendly walk with lots of people dressed up as animals and walking along to bird song.
We'll have a stall from 10am near the Reformer's Tree in Hyde Park, London. From noon there will be entertainment, then the walk starts at 1pm, finishing at 2pm on Richmond Terrace.
It would be great to see a big crowd - so please come along and bring your friends and family. Help draw attention to the plight of wildlife across the UK.
Masks, badges and costume ideas
It would be great if you could make masks or costumes for the walk – design your own, or if you haven’t got time below are a selection of different masks and badges to wear on the walk.
We’ll have face painting and some free bird whistles at our stall by the Reformer's Tree – so come and grab yours so you can tweet on the walk.
And if you want to get really creative, dress up as your favourite UK beastie.
Can't make the walk? Other ways to help.
Don’t worry if you can't make it to the walk – there are plenty of ways you can help protect wildlife where you live. Find out what else you can do to help bees and other pollinators.
Right now you can help us stop pesticides harming wildlife, and contaminating our countryside and food. Please sign our petition to make sure the government has a clear plan to reduce pesticides.