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The Merseyside Countryside

Discover the countryside of Merseyside on holiday or on your doorstep

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Outdoor Spaces - Visit Liverpool
From the city centre you wouldn't believe how close those outdoor spaces are...

The Wildlife Trust for N. Merseyside
Find places to visit, species, habitats, their work and a lot more...

Manchester Friends of the Earth
An award-winning environmental group, creatively campaigning...

SSSIs in Merseyside
List of Sites of Special Scientific Interest in Merseyside with further pages on each site.

Parks and greenspaces
Discover local parks, country parks, woods and more at the City Council.

Merseyside Biodiversity Group
Formed in 1997 to progress biodiversity action within Merseyside...

Merseyside's National Nature Reserves
Details of the National Nature Reserve designations in Merseyside at Gov.uk.

Merseyside Naturalists' Association
Find out more about the wildlife of the area and join like minded people.

Merseyside Environmental Trust
Exists to raise awareness of environmental issues through promoting open discussion...

Merseyside Rambling Clubs
Find a local rambling club and their details here.

Merseyside BioBank
Sharing & supporting wildlife recording in Sefton, Liverpool, Knowsley...

RSPB Liverpool Local Group
Places to see birds, news, events, trip reports, joining info...

Merseyside Young Walkers
Friendly and sociable group in Liverpool with planned walks and socials...

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  • New Guidelines for Odonata 1st July 2016
    North Merseyside Local Wildlife Site selection guidelines outline the rules by which Local Wildlife Sites in North Merseyside are selected. These rules include thresholds, some of which are tailored specifically to a taxonomic group. Species that meet those thresholds are considered local conservation priorities ensuring that we maintain an evidence led approach to delivering local… […]
  • Agapanthia villosoviridescens 1st January 2014
    Following the discovery of the Golden-bloomed Grey Longhorn Beetle  Agapanthia villosoviridescens in St Helens, a plan has been produced to provdide guidance for sensitive management of this previously unknown beetle. The life-cycle of this species is particularly sensitive to management techniques. Especially low cutting of it’s host plants during larval development.   Records 2013 – 1… […]
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