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The Countryside of Bedfordshire

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Countryside - Central Beds. CC
With countryside sites, walking & rights of way, disabled access and common land.

Bedfordshire Natural History Society
Records the fauna and flora of Beds. Helps and encourages those with an interest in wildlife.

CPRE Bedfordshire
CPRE Bedfordshire campaigns for a beautiful and living countryside.

Accessible Countryside - Bedfordshire
Accessibility to the countryside and green spaces of Bedfordshire with wheelchair, pram...

Recording and Monitoring Centre
First port of call for biodiversity information within Bedfordshire and Luton...

Bedfordshire Local Nature Partnership
Bringing together everyone with an interest in securing the benefits of our natural environment.

Beds. National Nature Reserves
Details of designated National Nature Reserves from Gov.uk.

Local Nature Reserves in Bedfordshire
Extensive list with further details on sites at Wikipedia.

Promoted Routes & Places
Lets Go - Bedfordshire's Promoted Routes & Places to unwind.

Sponsored Listings
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Latest News

RSS Beds. Cambs. Northants. WT
  • Tackling climate and nature emergencies together 24th June 2020
    In a new report published today The Wildlife Trusts demonstrate how a variety of natural landscapes in the UK can store carbon, making the case for addressing the climate and nature emergencies together, head on
  • Happy Birthday Trumpington Meadows! 17th June 2020
    The Trust is marking five years of managing Trumpington Meadows nature reserve. From an Anglo Saxon settlement to research on the Maris Piper potato to a thriving community with wildlife at its heart, its history has been colourful and vibrant - and the wildlife that has evolved in the last five years more than reflects […]
  • A New Case of the Small Blues 4th June 2020
    Nationally scarce, rare in Cambridgeshire, a colony of small blue butterflies at Trumpington Meadows has been given time to establish, and this week their presence has now been officially and publically confirmed
  • Corporate Partner - The Biodiversity Consultancy 29th May 2020
    Managing Director of The Biodiversity Consultancy, Katherin, Pertsinidis, explains their motivations for supporting our local Wildlife Trust as a corporate member.
  • How we are responding to Covid-19 12th May 2020
    The health and wellbeing of the public, volunteers and staff are of utmost importance to The Wildlife Trusts, and we have therefore been keeping a close eye on government advice in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
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