Biodiversity Information Service for Powys & Brecon Beacons National Park
Biodiversity Information Service for Powys & BBNP
Biodiversity Information Service
BIS is one of four Local Environmental Record Centres covering Wales.
BIS provides a means to ensure that the best possible use is made of wildlife records - and that they directly contribute to the protection of wildlife.
Welcome to our links page. Below you will find links to partner organisations, local wildlife groups and other related organisations.
If you a link that you would like added to this page please contact us.
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Brecon Beacons National Park
The Brecon Beacons National Park lies on the border between Mid Wales
and South Wales. It’s home to waterfalls, forests, market towns and the
highest peak in southern Britain.
Since 1982, the Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust has been the leading voluntary organisation promoting wildlife conservation in Montgomeryshire.
Visit Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust
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Natural Resources Wales (NRW)
Natural Resources Wales has taken over the functions of the Countryside
Council for Wales, Environment Agency Wales and Forestry Commission
Wales, as well as some functions of Welsh Government.
Radnorshire Wildlife Trust are one of 47 Wildlife Trusts across the UK and one of 6 Welsh Wildlife Trusts. They are a registered charity dependant on donations and the support of our members. They campaign for wildlife, manage land for wildlife, welcome people onto their nature reserves, and share their passion and knowledge by working in education and within the community.
Visit Radnorshire Wildlife Trust
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South Wales Trunk Road Agency
The South Wales Trunk Road Agent (SWTRA) is responsible for;
The motorways, trunk roads and associated assets throughout the South Wales region on behalf of the Welsh Assembly Government.
Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW), Brecknock
Brecknock Wildlife Trust merged with WTSWW in 2018. We manage some of
the region’s most precious wild places, boasting
magnificent coastline, islands, rugged mountains, ancient woodland, the
heritage-rich ex-coalmining valleys and the richest agricultural land.
Our staff and volunteers have a deep understanding of the area’s
wildlife, culture and heritage.