Useful Links

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Worcestershire Biological Records Centre

The WBRC is the Local Records Centre (LRC) for Worcestershire. We cover the Watsonian county boundary 37 and the districts Worcester City, Bromsgrove, Malvern Hills, Redditch, Wychavon and Wyre Forest.

Worcestershire Wildlife Trust

Worcestershire Wildlife Trust

More than 23000 members and 400 volunteers work together with Worcestershire Wildlife Trust to make our county wilder for wildlife and for people.

Wyre Forest Study Group

The WFSG is a small, dedicated group of naturalists who study and record the wildlife and ecology of one of the last remaining remnants of ancient semi-natural forest in Britain.

Worcestershire Naturalists Club

Worcestershire Naturalists Club

The WNC organises continuous year-round activities, all of which are open to members and non-members alike. Guided walks are arranged throughout the year.

Worcestershire Dragonflies

Dragonflies of Worcestershire – Mike Averill

A site for finding out about and keeping track of the changing world of of Dragonflies in Worcestershire, particularly in the flying season.

West Midlands branch of Butterfly Conservation

West Midlands Butterfly Conservation is one of 32 regional branches of Butterfly Conservation helping to bring Butterflies and Moths back to Britain.

West Midland Bird Club

Studying Birds in Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and the West Midlands since 1929

Teme Valley Wildlife Group

Teme Valley Wildlife Group

The Teme Valley Wildlife Group is a local group of wildlife enthusiasts, living and working within the Teme Valley (North & South) area, of Worcestershire, UK.

Malvern Hills Trust

We protect and manage the iconic Malvern Hills and Commons on behalf of the nation.

National Trust - Client Hills

National Trust – Clent Hills

We are Europe’s biggest conservation charity and we look after nature, beauty and history for everyone to enjoy. Find out about our work to tackle climate change, protect historic sites and help people and nature thrive.

Forestry England

Forestry England

For over 100 years, we have been growing, shaping and caring for over 1,500 of our nation’s forests for the benefit and enjoyment of all, for this generation and the next.

Natural England