Web Links

The following are a list of useful local, county and national sites

Useful Local Wildlife Web Sites (for nature reserves see RESERVES tab)

Rushcliffe Wildlife – a useful compendium of information about species found in Rushcliffe.

 https://www.rushcliffewildlife.co.uk/cliftongrovebirds.html – Clifton Grove not strictly Rushcliffe but close enough

Rushcliffe Barn Owl Project – https://www.rushcliffewildlife.co.uk/rubop/rubop_index.htm  – a long running project in the area to promote Barn Owls and their habitat

South Notts Bird Ringers – a long running project that forms part of the national bird riinging effort

County Sites

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust – the counties largest wildlife organisation, South Notts Local Group is NWT`s Rushcliffe “arm”

Nottinghamshire Biodiversity Action Group

Nottinghamshire Biological and Geological Record Centre (NBGRC) – https://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/leisure-and-culture/events-markets-parks-and-museums/parks-and-open-spaces/nottinghamshire-biological-and-geological-record-centre-nbgrc –  the collecting point for wildlife records across the county

Notts Birdwatchers Group

Notts Fungi Group

Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Entomological Society (DANES)

Notts Bat Group – https://www.nottsbatgroup.org.uk/

Notts Mammal Groups  http://www.nottsmammals.org.uk/

Nottinghamshire Mammal Atlas

National Sites

The Wildlife Trusts – (Federation of Wildlife Trusts)

Wildlife WATCH (Wildlife Trust for children)

Butterfly Conservation

Mammal Society    

Badger Trust – https://www.badgertrust.org.uk/

Bat Conservation Trust

Plant Life

Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland – https://bsbi.org/

Woodland Trust

British Trust for Ornithology

I Spot Nature the Open University Web Site for wildlife ID and Citizen Science Projects

Field Studies Council a useful site for all sorts of wildlife publications including very useful guides, plus a range of courses.

Open University Tree Recording web database