Narroways Local Nature Reserve
A haven for wildlife in the heart of Bristol
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Reptiles and amphibians
Ashley Vale Action Group
Dynamic self-build development of the former SGB scaffolding yard near the hill.
Local nature reserve near Southmead
Bristol & Avon Wildlife Trust
The local wildlife trust .
Bristol City Council
Bristol Naturalists’ Society
Traditional Naturalists’ Society.
Bristol Regional Environmental Records Centre
Local database of wildlife information
Friends of Cock Road Ridge
An East Bristol nature conservation group.
Friends of St Andrews Park
They care about the wildlife of this local park
Landmark Environmental Consultants
They have done some good work for NMGT.
Formerly very active environmental/historical organisation just across the M32 in Easton.
Malago Valley Conservation Group
Improving the environment around the Malago Brook in South Bristol.
Wildlife rich area in South Bristol
This was another Bristol wildlife site nearly lost to developers.
Trooper's Hill Nature Reserve
Well managed nature reserve in St George’s
Victoria Park Wildlife Group
Improving wildlife value of traditional park.
Blundeston Millennium Green
Canley Ford Millennium Green
Churchill & Blakedown Millennium Green
Darwin Gardens Millennium Green
Earls Colne Millennium Green
Gorse Millennium Green
Hartcliffe Millennium Green
Heydour Parish Millennium Green
Leeman Road Millennium Green
Narroways Millennium Green
Our very own- heritage site
Nether Poppleton Millennium Green
Old Bakehouse Millennium Green
Oxenhope Millennium Green
Pateley Bridge Millennium Green
Rosebank Millennium Green
St. John’s Millennium Green
Tetbury Millennium Green
Uckfield Millennium Green
Waterloo Millennium Green
Whitestone Millennium Green
Wickham Millennium Green
Near Fareham, Hants.
British Trust for Conservation Volunteers
National Conservation Group. Good links page.
Inspirational stuff linking nature and art and the importance of local distinctiveness.
Promote access to the countryside for disabled people.
Hawk and Owl Trust
All your favourite birds.
Charity promoting wildflower planting in cities.
London Wildlife Trust
Urban Wildlife protection in the capitol.
Big environmental landowner and seller of jams with frilly tops.
Government body that promotes wildlife conservation. Worth browsing.
Charity for protecting native wild flowers.
Wildlife Trust for Birmingham
With London, the major urban wildlife trust.
All the county wildlife trusts and their reserves.
Country’s leading woodland conservation charity.
Locally, have given a lot of support to the Narroways group.
Bat Conservation Trust
All you need to know about British bats.
British Arachnological Society
Online atlas of British flora
British Trust for Ornithology
UK’s leading bird research organisation.
Informative web site about mammals.
Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
Fine site for information on birds.
BBC Nature homepage
Packed full of useful info
Loads of information about UK beetles including pictures
Local bird watching information..
It’s a bit like Narroways.
Attractive illustrated Yorkshire nature diary by Richard Bell.
Excellent comprehensive environmental site.
Our southwest urban habitat
About urban wildlife in South West England.
A personal gardening/wildlife site.
Narroways Local Nature Reserve
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