Useful links to other Wildlife, help and interest webpages
Any website/services linked to from this page, other than the RSPB, are not specifically endorsed by the RSPB or the local group
The RSPCA, SSPCA (Scotland), USPCA (Northern Ireland)
The RSPCA (England and Wales), SSPCA (Scotland) and USPCA (Northern Ireland) are the national charities that help and advise on sick and injured birds and animals. The RSPB does not run bird hospitals or a rescue service.
Need help – Search for organisations and charities near you. helpwildlife.co.uk provides advice on what to do if you find a sick, injured or abandoned wild bird or animal.
Aquila Ecology Scotland
Based in the beautiful surroundings of St Fillans, Perthshire, Aquila Ecology offers customer focused wildlife tours, walks, training and advice.We are fortunate to be surrounded by lochs and rivers, mountains, moors and woods which all provide homes for a huge array of charismatic species: Red Kites, Golden Eagles, Red Deer, Red Squirrel, Mountain Hare, Osprey and Black Grouse. We have a passion for nature and wildlife conservation and want to share the beauty that we see in the world around us.We offer the following services:Bespoke Tours in the Loch Earn area. A programme of Guided Walks, wildlife breaks in Scotland, birding breaks further afield, training in ecological surveying, talks and Ecological Consultancy.
Friends of Pickerings Pasture
The Friends of Pickerings Pasture and Hale Duck Decoy are a volunteer group who work with Halton Borough Council to support, protect, develop and promote these nature reserves.
Dee Estuary Birds
The Dee Estuary, on the North Wales / North-West England border, is one of the United Kingdom’s premier birding locations for wetland and shorebirds. This Web site describes the best Dee Estuary birdwatching areas with detailed maps and latest bird news for dedicated twitchers and casual birdwatchers alike.
Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside
We are part of the Wildlife Trusts movement, the UK’s leading conservation charity dedicated to all wildlife. We are your local charity, working hard to improve your local area for wildlife and for you. Working for wildlife by the protection and enhancement of species and habitats, both common and rare. We stand up for wildlife. We create wildlife havens in towns and cities, and protect our nature reserves in the countryside. We inspire people about the natural world.
The Woodland Trust is the UK’s leading conservation charity dedicated to the protection of our native woodland heritage
Plantlife is Britain’s only national membership charity dedicated exclusively to conserving all forms of plant life in its natural habitat: the nation’s champion of wild plants.
The Bat Conservation Trust
The Bat Conservation Trust is the only UK organisation solely devoted to the conservation of bats and their habitats
Dedicated to saving butterflies, moths and their habitat
Bumblebee conservation trust
Bumblebees are familiar and much-loved insects that pollinate our crops and wildflowers, so people are rightly worried. We have a vision to create a world where bumblebees are thriving and valued. Our mission is to increase the number and distribution of bumblebees.
British Dragonfly Society
Our aim is to promote and encourage the study and conservation of dragonflies and their natural habitats, especially in the United kingdom.
The Mersey Forest
We’re making Merseyside and North Cheshire one of the best places in the country to live – working together to create woodlands and help people explore the nature on their doorstep.
Mersey Estuary Conservation Group
The object of the Group is the conservation of the Mersey Estuary, its habitats, fauna and flora, for the advancement of science and for the education and benefit of the public.
Froglife is a national wildlife charity committed to the conservation of amphibians and reptiles – frogs, toads, newts, snakes and lizards – and saving the habitats they depend on.