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Bangor University, School of Ocean Sciences
School of Ocean Sciences, one of the largest university Marine Science departments in Europe, a multi-disciplinary department located on the shores of the Menai Strait, North Wales, UK.
There are more than 90 local bat groups in the UK. Bat groups are made up of many dedicated volunteers and they are the mainstay of bat conservation in the UK, undertaking vital front-line conservation work.
Caring for God's Acre
Caring for God’s Acre is a non-religious Charity dedicated to conserving and celebrating burial grounds and encouraging a holistic approach to management. As well as being a place for people, burial grounds can also be a haven for wildlife. There are about 20,000 burial grounds in the UK and they contain a fantastic wealth of biodiversity and history. They are refuges for wildlife and stepping stones of habitat within our increasingly nature deprived landscape.
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) is a world-class research organisation focusing on land and freshwater ecosystems and their interaction with the atmosphere.
East Lothian Countryside Volunteers
Field Studies Council
Field Studies Council, FSC, is an environmental education charity providing informative and enjoyable opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to discover, explore, and understand the environment.
Kent Wildlife Trust
Kent Wildlife Trust is the leading conservation charity covering the whole of Kent and Medway. Nature is in trouble and it needs our help. Kent Wildlife Trust has a 20-year plan to aid nature and we engage with politicians, business leaders, landowners, communities and people in order that we can all work together to protect wildlife.
Merseyside & West Lancashire Bat Group
Raising awareness and conserving Bats in Merseyside & West Lancashire.
We are the Local Environmental Records Centre for Sefton, Liverpool, St Helens and Knowsley. Driven by volunteers and local naturalists we work with partners and local groups to support and encourage biological recording in the local area. Collating and mobilise information so that it can be used to improve knowledge of biodiversity, and so planning, decision making and conservation, across the Liverpool City region.
The National Trust works to preserve and protect the coastline, countryside and buildings of England, Wales and Northern Ireland.