Hi, BeastWatch UK is only a very small Non-Profit Making Organisation, we’re always looking to Further our Effect on the Environment, Research New Reports, arrange Field Trips and Expeditions, but sadly nothing comes cheap in this day and age, up to now everything we’ve ever done and everything put towards further research has come from my own pocket, but there’s so much to try and do too that one person simply can’t afford.

We’re hoping to get an electric outboard motor for our little dinghy we now have, as well as a Lowrance HDS Fishfinder and Structure Scan with accessories so we can investigate some of the report tied to waterways such as Snapping Turtles and Crocodilians etc.

We also need to purchase Camera Traps to place in certain areas we know is Active by some Exotic or Another, and we need different sorts of Night Vision Equipment to Film etc .... the list is endless.

But more than anything, when I eventually manage to purchase my own transport, which will be a Campervan to stay out on site in various locations, I know I’ll be struggling to keep it on the road when it comes to fuel and upkeep.

So every penny you decide to give will help in a very big way, so please be as generous as you possibly can.

Thank you


Mr. C. Mullins


BeastWatch UK



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BeastWatch UK Needs Many Items to Fulfill Their Aims...



We need to raise £5,000 to reach charity status, we then intend on becoming a registered charity, as our aim is to eventually provide all regions within the UK with quality humane traps, to help recapture those lost pets within those first few hours of escape, as we al know what dangers they face out there in a world of concrete and automobiles not to mention being hunted by a more apex predator than themselves and then there's the climate factor and if they're capable enough to hunt for food themselves.  So once out of their enclosures, they face a world of uncertainties, fear, alienation and predators.



We're looking for a boat/dinghy, so we're able to clear a lake of snapper turtles, there's already a place for these once caught, but sadly the water's edge is too deep in this lake to simply go in with waders.  We can also then use this boat for river work and the odd rescue work when called upon.

This doesn't have to be brand new, but it must be in a safe and reasonable condition, as we value the safety of all our members.

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