Chris Packham: Queen should bring back the beavers Balmoral The naturalist Chris Packham has said that the royal family risks being guilty of hypocrisy if they campaign for conservation but do not take steps to “rewild” their own land. Rewild your lands ma'am, Britain's Queen Elizabeth urged before COP26Environmental campaigners urged Britain's Queen Elizabeth and other royals on Saturday to commit to rewilding their vast estates - from planting more trees to going organic - as Scotland prepares to host the COP26 global climate conference. Chris Packham leads march at Buckingham Palace urging royal family to rewild estates14-year-old allowed behind palace gates to deliver petition signed by 100,000 people Chris Packham calls on Royal Family to rewild estatesA petition urges the royals to conserve nature and reintroduce animals on their estates. Chris Packham asks royal family to commit to rewilding estatesConservationist will deliver petition to Buckingham Palace and urges royals to set example before Cop26 Children march on Buckingham Palace demanding Queen rewild royal estatesThe demonstrators delivered a petition asking the Royal Family to let their land welcome 'untamed ecosystems' again. Chris Packham calls on Royal Family to rewild estatesA petition urges the royals to conserve nature and reintroduce animals on their estates. Chris Packham visits Buckingham Palace to call on Royal Family to rewild estatesThe Wild Card campaign petition has been signed by more than 100,000 people; speaking to Sky News outside Buckingham Palace, Chris Packham said the royals have a "powerful voice" and "could do something very powerful for the environment".