TV celebrity Anna Ryder Richardson unveils her new charity foundation

If you’ve ever visited our Wales holiday parks then you will no doubt have seen the amazing assortment of wildlife both in wild and in conservation centres in the region. And now TV’s Anna Ryder Richardson has announced that her charity is set to advance conservation, welfare and protection of endangered and other species and habitats, in a new move to improve these factors across the board. Dealing with wildlife crime along with confronting the issue of ocean pollution as well as protecting endangered species have been clarified as the main things to combat as part of the new charity set up in Pembrokeshire by the celebrity. The Nature Foundation charity has now been unveiled at Manor Wildlife Park, located near Tenby. The result of this new launch will also see the foundation working to raise awareness of crucial conservation issues, in Wales and across the world too. Anna, who has hung up her presenting mic and is now a fully-fledged conservationist, has worked with husband Colin MacDougall to successfully transform the wildlife park in St Florence, over the past seven years from when they bought it in 2008. During this time the zoo has established a base of important endangered animals and has strong links with a number of European-wide captive breeding programmes which work to conserve species, preserve habitat and return stock to the wild, which has all been built upon to get to the stage they are at today. Logo courtesy of The Nature Foundation

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