How Wildlife Trails Uses Cookies

This website, as with most websites, works best when allowed to use cookies. We only use cookies in a wholly responsible manner to give you the best user experience possible whilst navigating our website.

By using the Wildlife Trails website, you are agreeing to the use of cookies.


Cookies, also known as browser cookies or tracking cookies, are small text files containing a small amount of data located in browser directories. They are created when a user loads a particular website and, each time you go back to the site, your browser retrieves and send this file to the websites server. This means we can remember your preferences and enhance the usability of our website. Cookies are essential to enable you to move around our website and use its features and they also help us define the most popular areas so we can build on them and make our site better for you.

By accepting cookies you are not giving us access to your personal information, but we can use them to identify your computer, allowing us to understand the traffic coming to our site and, essentially, give you a better user experience.



This is a Google analytics cookie. We use it to record the number of times a user has visited our website (, as well as their first and last visit.


Another Google Analytics cookie. This one stores the details of the moment a user enters the website.


Yet another Google Analytics cookie. This one stores the details of when a user leaves the website.


The last Google Analytics cookie. This cookies records where the user came from, e.g. the search engine details, keywords and links used.

This is to run our content management system sc_analytics_session.


This is for the analytics behind our content management system. It stores no personal information whatsoever.


You can disable or edit specific (or all) cookies in your browser settings. Please note that disabling cookies will limit your access the Wildlife Trails website ( as well as a majority of other websites. You can also set your browser to warn you when you are on a site that uses cookies.

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