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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Flora Locale

Please note: The Flora Locale Trustees earlier this year agreed that Flora locale has met its primary objective raising the profile and benefits of native planting and will close and cease to exist at a date in 2018 to be finalised. 

Flora locale was established in 1998 as an independent charity.  Our aim is to promote and advance the conservation and enhancement of native wild plant populations and plant communities in relation to creative conservation and ecological restoration.

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Added 2018-06-28 13:12:44

Floral Images

FloralImages is a collection of pictures of the North-western European flora - mainly the UK and Ireland. If you are trying to identify a plant or flower then browse the colour groups or search the common name index if you think you know a name for it. If you know which family the plant is in then the Botanical Family index will help you.

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Added 2014-10-27 12:15:17

FSC BioLinks Project

FSC BioLinks is an exciting new biodiversity project for FSC, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, running from 2018 to 2022 inclusive.  BioLinks is all about invertebrate identification!  It will bring together new volunteers with existing volunteers who have skills in invertebrate identification and recording. The aim is to build and strengthen the biological recording community by providing training, learning opportunities and digitial tools for people involved in biological recording and those that wish to become involved.

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Added 2018-06-28 09:45:37

FSC ID signpost's ID Signpost is an online searchable catalogue of UK biological identification resources. A key feature is that the records of ID resources are crowd-sourced. This means that it can be kept up-to-date more easily and have a much wider reach than if only a few people were able to edit it.

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Added 2015-06-22 12:29:27

GB non-native species secretariat website

First published in 2008 and updated in 2015 the GB Invasive Non-native Species Strategy was developed to meet the challenge posed by invasive non-native species in Great Britain. This website provides recording  tools and information for those working to support the strategy.

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Added 2016-09-23 09:51:41

Good places to see dragonflies in Wales - Powys

Within the British Dragonfly Society (BDS) there are two main inter-linked areas of interest, dragonfly recording and dragonfly conservation. The first of these consists of a dedicated group of individual enthusiasts each collecting and supplying records to a Dragonfly Recording Network of Vice County Recorders. The purpose of these records is not simply to document what is present, but also to inform the second main area of interest, that of dragonfly conservation. Records help us to understand the value of a site and added notes about population size and breeding behaviour allow us to assess the importance of an area for species survival. Dragonflies are good indicators of the health of a habitat, so any variation in distribution or population size can indicate changes on a wider environmental scale.

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Added 2015-05-22 14:40:32


The goal of iRecord is to make it easier for wildlife sightings to be collated, checked by experts and made available to support research and decision-making at local and national levels. Join iRecord now to share your sightings with the recording community, explore dynamic maps and graphs of your data and make a real contribution to science and conservation.
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Added 2016-09-23 09:47:04


A friendly and free community helping to identify wildlife and share nature

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Added 2016-09-23 09:45:18

Lichens of Wales

The Lichens of Wales website aims to bring together in one place diverse sources of information related to the conservation of lichens in Wales.
Lichen on rock
Wales, for its unit area, has the highest diversity of lichen species in the world. These occur on a range of substrates in a wide variety of habitats. For example - on bark of trees in semi-natural deciduous woodlands, parklands and wayside trees; on rocks in the Welsh uplands and by the coast; on soil, sand or peat in shingle heath, dune-slacks and mires. Man-made environments can also be important - church walls and gravestones for example; or worked timber such as gateposts and planks. Among the "specialities" of Wales are the metallophyte communities found on spoil at the many abandoned lead mines, particularly in Mid-Wales.

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Added 2017-02-06 12:15:00

Lle - A geo-portal for Wales

The Lle Geo-Portal has been developed as a partnership between Welsh Government and Natural Resources Wales. Lle serves as a hub for data and information covering a wide spectrum of topics, but primarily around the environment. The site and supporting services having been developed over the past few months and are currently in beta. Take a look at the current roadmap for the site and feel free to contribute constructive feedback.

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Added 2015-05-22 14:45:09