Websites about animals (including mammals, birds, reptiles, fish, insects, mollusks, etc.) and plants (including vascular plants, nonvascular plants, fungi, lichens, etc.) living and growing wild in the United Kingdom, whether native or introduced.- Category ID : 166355
An interactive map to help find interesting locations across Britain. Includes pictures and information about birds, mammals, reptiles, insects, and habitats, and a link to the current online edition of "Forest Life" in PDF format.
Describes the natural history of the species and of various birds, insects and wild flowers that share its habitat. Includes information about conservation, woodland restoration, and growing trees from acorns.
A charity which carries out plant species and habitat conservation, owns and manages nature reserves, campaigns, and raises awareness through education. Includes detailed species information, surveys and sections on nature reserves, important plant areas, and opportunities to volunteer.
A natural setting where the public can see animals, birds, and reptiles. Includes opening times and prices, list of facilities, interactive map, conservation information and educational resources, and links to related sites.
A country park in Andover, Hampshire, where birds of prey perform flying demonstrations. Includes information on species, activities, conservation, education, research, membership, sponsorship, and opening times and prices.
A natural history organisation dedicated to the study of the marine fauna and flora of the shore and seas surrounding the British Isles. Includes articles, newsletter, news bulletin service, and links to related sites.
A Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), winter wildfowl sanctuary, and home to the Osprey Translocation Project. Includes species and habitat information, details of educational programmes, special projects, events and activities, plus opportunities to volunteer.
Engendering care and concern for wetlands by focusing on rare wetland birds and bringing people into close contact with ducks, geese, and swans at centres throughout the UK. Includes research information, news and events, and learning resource materials.
Liverpool-based charity working nationally, mainly in urban and urban fringe areas, using wildflower mixes to develop and support creative conservation sites. Includes details of the National Wildflower Centre and other projects, training opportunities, links, and publications.
Aims to provide a resource for practical nature conservation and management. Includes articles about law, education, careers and training, agencies and organisations, and links to environmental discussion groups.
A picture library of 20,000 images, covering natural history and the environment in Great Britain and Western Europe. Includes a list of lectures topics available, a diary, and links to related web sites.
Organisation dedicated to proving the existence of wild big cats in the United Kingdom. Contains witness accounts of sightings, photographic evidence of paw prints, and background information and advice about the main species.
Aims to provide a useful and educational resource, drawing information from textbooks and scientific papers. Contains details of the natural history of several British species, with images, and links to related sites.
Promotes the study, management and conservation of sharks, skates and rays in the UK and elsewhere. Includes news, photographs, a video, a forum, links to related sites, and the opportunity to adopt a shark.
Information about the biology and sensitivity of marine habitats, communities and species around Britain and Ireland. Includes data access, educational resources, species recording schemes, newsletters, reports, and frequently asked questions.
Information and discussion about the identification of snakes, lizards, newts, frogs, toads, tadpoles, and spawn. Includes links to related sites and organisations, advice on herpetofauna, and a forum.
Information and advice about helping animals and birds in an emergency, and rearing orphaned creatures. Includes homoeopathic treatments for common ailments, a database of rescue centres, and a list of related books.
A centre on the shores of Loch Creran, near Oban, providing an aquarium and a rescue and rehabilitation facility for common and grey seal pups. Includes contact details, and information about seals and otters.
News of the latest sightings and information about marine life, birds, insects and amphibians. Includes articles, photographs, details of educational courses, events and publications, and links to related sites and organisations.
A database powered web application to help identify the native and naturalised flora of Great Britain. The system contains pictures and information on each species, details of how to record interesting plants, and links to regional botanical web sites.
The NFBG promotes the conservation, welfare and protection of badgers, their setts and habitats. It represents and supports 80 local voluntary badger groups throughout Britain, provides expert advice on all badger issues and works closely with the police, and other organisations.
Dedicated to study, research and education. Includes species information, news, marine life sightings, online sightings report, opportunities to volunteer, and an international list of links to related sites.
A charity dedicated to maintaining sustainable populations of insects, spiders and earthworms. Includes information on species and current projects, vacancies, contact details, and links to related sites.
Aims to promote a wider interest in all aspects of byrology, the study of mosses and liverworts, by providing tuition and meetings, and supporting research and conservation. Includes species information and features, details of activities, and links to related sites.
Promotes the study and conservation of dragonflies and damselflies and their natural habitats, especially in the United Kingdom. Includes images and an annotated checklist of British and Irish Odonata.
British charity which owns 800 hectares of tropical rainforest in Costa Rica, the Pacuare Nature Reserve. Includes information on projects here and in Panama to conserve leatherback turtles, and information on volunteering.