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Bird watchingBritish Trust for Ornithology - An independent, scientific research trust, investigating the populations, movements and ecology of wild birds in the British Isles.
Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust
Whooper Swans Martin mere 2003
Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust is the largest international
wetland conservation charity in the UK.
Our Stephens' Bird Blog. Detailing his frantic birding trips up and down the country chasing the rarities .Lots of Piccies. (and a little bit of bad language,..i'll tell your mother Ste!)
Jeff has a passion for the natural world and would like to share that enthusiasm with as many people as possible. As an environmental educator, an experienced ecologist and a popular speaker he gives talks, leads lessons and events. Check him out now.
What's about? Get the latest....Birdblog looks at birding in Merseyside, Lancs and beyond!
Our Bob's Birding Blog. Lots of good stuff about The BTO in Merseyside, Ringing with the Merseyside Ringing Group, Bob's general birding activities and anything else that grabs his interest at the time!.
The website of Gordon Yates. Gordon is best known for his wildlife films on birds ranging from his local Pennines, to his beloved island of Islay in Scotland, Iceland and more recently Greenland, Spitzbergen, the Seychelles and Alaska.
Steve Round Bird Photography A collection of bird photographs taken by local
birder Steve Round
Ken Billington Bird Photography A collection of bird and wildlife photographs
Chris Galvin Bird Photography An ever growing collection of Bird photographs from the Uk and overseas.
Wirral Bird Club Wirral is the peninsula of land between the rivers Dee and Mersey in north west England. The area, particularly the Dee Estuary, is of national and international importance for thousands of birds in winter, species such as Redshank, Dunlin, Knot, Oystercatcher and Shelduck. .
Friends of Hilbre Island Hilbre Island is a local Nature Reserve with it's own bird observatory. Hilbre is the largest of a chain of three tidal islands at the mouth of the Dee Estuary on the west coast of England. It can only be reached on foot at certain states of the tide. Please see Visiting Hilbre for advice on reaching the island.
BirdWatch Ireland BirdWatch Ireland is the largest and most active voluntary conservation organisation in Ireland. Established in 1968, we have over 6000 active members and more than 20 branches nationwide. Our primary interest is the conservation of wild birds and their habitats in Ireland.
The Bat Conservation Trust The Bat Conservation Trust is the only UK organisation solely devoted to the conservation of bats and their habitats
Butterfly Conservation- Dedicated to saving butterflies, moths and their habitat
Our aim is to promote and encourage the study and conservation
of dragonflies and their natural habitats, especially in the
The JNCC is the Government's wildlife adviser, undertaking
national and international conservation work on behalf of the
three country nature conservation agencies English Nature,
Scottish Natural Heritage and the Countryside Council for Wales
The MERSEYSIDE & WEST LANCS MAMMAL GROUP Promoting an awareness and greater understanding of the ecology of the mammals of the Merseyside & West Lancashire region. To promote the conservation status of mammals and their habitats and acquire a greater understanding of the distribution of the mammals of the Merseyside and West Lancashire region.
countryside and buildings.
is Britain's only national membership charity dedicated
exclusively to conserving all forms of plant life in its natural
habitat: the nation's champion of wild plants.
The Woodland Trust
The Woodland Trust is the UK's leading conservation charity
dedicated to the protection of our native woodland heritage
- The Wildlife Trusts partnership
is the UK’s leading conservation charity exclusively dedicated
Website of the Mersey ringers. MRG has ringed more than 600,000 birds since 1954; Mostly in the counties of Cheshire, Merseyside, Flintshire and Denbighshire in North West England and North Wales. The main aim of our work is to benefit the birds through science, education and conservation.
Merseyside Naturalists Association Merseyside Naturalist Association
Find out what the friends are up to with Ranger Rob, whether they be planting, cutting back, looking after bird hides, nest box building or just birdwatching with you. Make a friend, become a member or go explore the decoy....
Helens Wildlife Recording Group
Helens Wildlife Recording Group is a group of wildlife
enthusiasts whose main aim is to co-ordinate wildlife
records throughout the borough, with a view to helping raise
awareness of the wildlife in St. Helens and help preserve
A safe haven for homeless domestic (cats, dogs, rabbits, mice, guinea pigs etc,) and wild animals. Medical treatment for those injured, a home for a few lifers who haven't been re-homed. Mission statement: No healthy animal to be destroyed .The wildlife hospital has a steady stream of animals, mostly hedgehogs and birds.
Croxteth Hall & Country Park A large country park in the North East Liverpool, with woodland and meadows with the hall and Home farm at its centre
The Friends Of Newsham Park Working to a Victorian Park for the Twenty First Century.
Visit Green Liverpool Guide to the enviromental attractions, places & spaces of Liverpool and Merseyside.
Merseyside BioBank (MBB) is the Local Records Centre (LRC) for North Merseyside. They collect and collate biological and environmental information and make it available to people interested in knowing more about their local environment.They promote the North Merseyside Biodiversity Action Plan and wider participation in conservation through education, community involvement and by supporting the biological recording community of North Merseyside.
The Palm House Guide to the restored Sefton Park Palm House. History, Plants and all the fun events you can attend.
Other sites of Interest
This long awaited book records the state of
Lancashire's avifauna at the start of the 21st century. A
detailed account of all the 348 native and naturalised species
that have occurred in Lancashire. 105 line drawings, 133
graphs, 311 photographs, 106 breeding distribution maps, 460
Other sites of Interest
This long awaited book records the state of Lancashire's avifauna at the start of the 21st century. A detailed account of all the 348 native and naturalised species that have occurred in Lancashire. 105 line drawings, 133 graphs, 311 photographs, 106 breeding distribution maps, 460 pages http://www.wildlifebooks.com/search.php?srch=lancashire
Halycon Gambia Halcyon Gambia is a family run business offering wonderful birding holidays to like-minded visitors who may be absolute beginners or who have visited The Gambia before and want a different kind of birding holiday.
Walking Etruria A journey into the soul of Etruria, walking-hiking in Etruria. Marco Valtriani, is a biologist who works in many areas. Wildlife specialist, walking guide, an environmental educator and a naturalistic tour planner. With this website, I hope to communicate all my passion for excursions, not only walking but also knowing, understanding, discovering and evolving. Walk with him.
Habitat British Wildlife News on the Net.
Birds of Britain Monthly Birdwatching Magazine on the Web
Birdingpal Where travelling birders make contact with local birdwatchers all over the world.
Merseybells A different type of ringing! Welcome to Merseybells - a calendar an email list, details of methods and more for bell ringers across Liverpool, Wirral, all of Merseyside, south west Lancashire and north west Cheshire.
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB)
is a registered charity: England and Wales no.207076, Scotland
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) is a registered charity: England and Wales no.207076, Scotland no. SC037654