Local partnerships for nature operate in all areas of Wales and provide a focus for delivering the Nature Recovery Plan objectives and Sustainable Management of Natural Resources at the local level as well as contributing to many of the Well-being of Future Generations goals.
Wales has a strong network of biodiversity coordinators, ecologists and associated countryside staff to assist you with biodiversity and countryside enquiries in your area. Use the links to the left to display contact details for local contacts in Wales.
Local Nature Reserves (LNRs) have natural features that are of special interest to their local area and offer people opportunities to study, learn or enjoy nature. Many local authorities have designated LNRs with over 65 in Wales offering opportunities for both people and wildlife.
16. Merthyr Tydfil
18. Blaenau Gwent