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Outstanding science inspiring action for a wildlife-rich world
Providers of high resolution biodiversity data for SE Wales
The largest Welsh Government sponsored body
Biodiversity Information Service for Powys and Brecon Beacons National Park.
Providing fast access to high-resolution species data for North Wales
Promoting the study, understanding and enjoyment of our wild plants
Dedicated to saving butterflies and moths
Promoting the study of mosses and liverworts
Monitoring the status of butterflies across the UK since
Promoting the study, enjoyment and conservation of lichen
The Biological Records Centre, established in 1964, is a national focus for biological recording,
Passionate about nature, dedicated to saving it.
Advising UK Government and devolved administrations
Working to conserve dragonflies and their wetland habitats
The Local Environmental Records Centre for Cheshire, Halton, Warrington and Wirral
Protecting Britain's buildings, landscapes and coastlines
Water beetles of Britain and Ireland
A habitat-based plant monitoring scheme by BSBI, CEH, Plantlife, JNCC.
The leading UK NGO solely devoted to bat conservation
The government’s adviser for the natural environment in England.
Advancing marine science through research, communication and education since 1884
Intertidal recordings of invertebrates and macroalgae
Bringing the wild back to life.
Working with organisations & citizen scientists to protect river water quality
Financially supporting experts in collection and distribution of biodiversity data for Shropshire,