Wales Action Plan for Pollinators
Ecosystems & Species Expert Groups
Evidence Gaps Project
Invasive Non-Native Species Group
Section 42 Lists
Local Biodiversity Contacts
Wales has a wealth of wildlife and natural environments that support and enrich our lives. Everyone has a role to play to protect and celebrate our biodiversity through your activities as an organisation, business or as an individual.
On this site you can find out about the work of the Wales Biodiversity Partnership including: national and local actions and objectives; biodiversity-related news and events; and how you can help biodiversity.
Biodiversity in Wales
Why is Biodiversity important?
Biodiversity & Ecosystems
Natural Resource Management Wales
LIFE Natura 2000 Programme for Wales
SPA consultation (seabirds)
Nature’s calendar 2014
Tree Health Survey
Wales Online Amphibian & Reptile Atlas
Ancient Tree Hunt
Natural Resources Wales
BBC Nature of Wales
Local Record Centres
Lichen Red Data List for Wales
UK State of Nature report
Ecological Connectivity Wales Report
Beaver reintroduction-feasibility report
Welsh Government Nature Fund update
Ecological impact of ash dieback Report
Resilient Ecosystem Project list 2013/15
Bee helpful Wild Weekend for Wales!
Dŵr Cymru WFD Funding scheme
State of the UK Birds Report 2013
Connecting with Nature Report
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Natur Cymru is a quarterly bilingual magazine all about the precious environment and wildlife of Wales. View a preview of the latest edition and to read the latest Natur Cymru blog.