The association of LRCs of Britain and Ireland which acts as a central voice for views and concerns of the LRC community.
The regional LRC hub for Birmingham and The Black Country, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire.
An environmental education centre owned by National Grid and run by Field Studies Council.
A registered charity dedicated to the conservation of butterflies and moths. The West Midlands Branch covers Birmingham, the Black Country and the counties of Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire and Worcestershire.
The Cotswolds is the largest of 38 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in England and Wales; an area with stone walls and buildings, open skies, rolling grasslands, beech woods and captivating villages. The majority of the AONB falls within Gloucestershire but parts of the AONB do extend into other counties, including Worcestershire.
Avon Meadows is a wetland which was established in 2008 jointly by Pershore Town Council and Wychavon District Council. Friends of Avon Meadows is a community group formed in 2010 which is actively engaged in conservation work parties, biological recording, species counts and promotional activities at the site.
A charitable trust aiming to conserve wildlife and places of beauty in Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire for public benefit.
The Malvern Hills area is famed for its dramatic hills and pure spring water that flows from them. A rich cultural heritage of forts, castles and priories stands proudly from this landscape of ancient woodland, rolling pastures and wild, open commons. The area is home to a diversity of locally and nationally important wildlife.
The Conservators manage most parts of the Hills and surrounding Commons, some other parcels of land and many roadside verges.
Includes information about ecology planning advice, protected and notifiable species, Worcestershire Habitat Inventory, NERC Act 2006 and Worcestershire Local Sites Partnership.
The local branch of The Wildlife Trusts, working to protect habitats and species across Worcestershire.
An independent charitable research institute combining professional and citizen science aimed at using evidence of change in wildlife populations, particularly birds, to inform the public, opinion-formers and environmental policy and decision-makers.
Their work helps to protect and improve the environment to make it a better place for people and wildlife in England. This includes reducing the impacts of flooding, promoting sustainable development and delivering UK environmental policies.
A conservation charity that protects over 350 historic houses, 160 gardens, 1,100km of coastline, 254,000 hectares of land of outstanding natural beauty, 6 World Heritage Sites, 28 castles and 60 pubs.
Access to Natural England publications and information.
A charity dedicated to helping to ensure a future for many endangered species throughout the world.
The country's largest nature conservation charity, inspriring everyone to give nature a home. Together with partners they protect threatened birds and wildlife so our towns, coast and countryside will teem with life once again. They also play a leading role in a worldwide partnership of nature conservation organisations.
A charity focused on British and Irish mammals, currently centred on bats and members of the weasel family.
A local group which takes part in conservation work parties organised by Worcestershire County Council in support of its ten year plan to restore the Common to a favourable condition.
A local group of enthusiasts working within the Teme Valley.
An active group pf amateur and professional bat enthusiasts dedicated to the conservation of bats in Worcestershire.
A group which aims to; promote the recording of mammals in Worcestershire, increase the skills of individuals through the provision of training sessions and to raise public awareness of mammals in Worcestershire.
A group encouraging the collection, collation and publication of biological records (see Worcestershire Record) and their storage at WBRC. The committee arranges the annual recorders' meeting, field meetings and various educational activities/workshops.
A group bringing together people who are actively recording the wildlife of the Wyre Forest and surrounding areas.