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This Web ring consists of Web sites about nature reserves in Britain and Ireland. Use the ring to find a reserve near you. Join it to get more Web visitors and share ideas.
· Ring administrator: Roger Whitehead
· Founded on 21/02/2002
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0. SussexNatureWeb Originally devoted entirely to Pagham Harbour and created in April 2001, SussexNatureWeb now encompasses an ever-expanding number of localities within West Sussex and on its periphery. An up-to-date natural history 'diary' page is supported by detailed descriptions and details of access and other matters concerning many reserves and areas of interest in the county. Also featured are lesser-known localities, but ones which are important and of potential interest to the naturalist. Illustrations are a strong point.
1. The Eilean Ban Trust, based in Isle of Skye The Eilean Ban Trust manage Eilean Ban, the small island under the Skye road bridge. Visitors are welcome to visit the island by booking tours at the Bright Water Visitor Centre in Kyleakin. There is a wild population of otters which live around the island as well as birds and other mammals.
2. Lingfield Wildlife Area Lingfield Wildlife Area is a public nature reserve near the centre of Lingfield, in east Surrey. The reserve is open all the year. For more details, see our Web site.
3. Nether Poppleton Millennium Green Nether Poppleton Millennium Green is a village breathing space, created near York by a group of residents, with support from the Countryside Agency. Children can learn about nature and people of all ages will enjoy a quiet walk in peaceful surroundings. Eventually it will be a haven for wildlife, with hundreds of trees, shrubs and hedgerow plants, a wildflower meadow and a small wetland area.
4. The Norsey Wood Society Information about the Society and its aims, in particular, working closely with the owners, Basildon District Council, in Essex. Also detailed information about the Wood: history, flora, fauna trails, events, etc. A junior section is in preparation.
5. Portsmouth Wildlife (Membership pending)
6. The Friends Of Lancing Ring The Friends Of Lancing Ring site is, a record of the wildlife sightings, a brief history of the area, a photographic celebration of the biodiversity, a description of the work performed by the group and a recruiting area to encourage new members.
7. The Friends of Bramcote Ridge The site of a volunteer local community action group, based in Bramcote, Nottingham. The interactive site contains a wealth of well presented information on the group (who they are, what they do, etc) and the land that they look after - including the diverse range of plants and animals found there.
8. The Friends of Brickfields Country Park Situated in Aldershot Hampshire is probably one of the British Isles smallest and least known country parks. Reclaimed from the remains of a Victorian brickworks and clay diggings, it's a peaceful natural place, used by local residents and a few in the know. 600 pages of information, history, links past and future, dates, photos and descriptions of the current 198 species of fauna and flora to be found in the park.
9. A delightful green lung - Cuttle Brook Nature Reserve (Membership pending)
10. Offwell Woodland & Wildlife Trust The Offwell Woodland & Wildlife Trust runs one of the largest Web sites promoting the British countryside. The charity is based in east Devon and manages the Woodland Education Centre, a 50-acre reserve with a variety of important native wildlife habitats including wetland and lowland heath.
11. Durlston Country Park 1,280 acres of cliff-top, downland and wildflower meadows. Fantastic variety of plants and animals, seabird colonies and 32 species of butterfly. Victorian history - Great Globe. Visitor Centre.
12. Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve The Hawk and Owl Trust's first nature reserve and the newest in Norfolk. The reserve is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) with five main habitats, including rare sedge beds. Many rare species including Marsh Harriers and Water Rails, and many species of moth, mammal and bird.
13. Kent Wildlife Trust (Membership pending)
14. Kinewell Lake Local Nature Reserve Information about a Local Nature Reserve in Northamptonshire. The site is mainly a 60 acre former gravel pit next to the River Nene. It is maintained entirely by volunteers.
15. Wildwood Trust Wildwood is a discovery park in Blean Woods, near Canterbury in Kent. It occupies 42 acres of ancient woodland, part of it SSSI. As well as being a nature reserve, Wildwood is home to over 300 British and European animals, including otters, deer, wild boar and wolves.
16. Sussex Wildlife Trust The aim of the Sussex Wildlife Trust is to use its knowledge and expertise to help the people and organisations of Sussex to enjoy, understand and take action to conserve the Sussex environment and its wildlife
17. Narroways Millennium Green Trust The Narroways Millennium Green was established in 2000 to preserve Narroways Hill in St. Werburghs, Bristol, as a green oasis for wildlife & local people. It comprises five acres of grassland, scrub and woodland. Wildlife includes slow worms, marbled white butterflies and 5 or 6 species of warbler.
18. West Midland Bird Club The West Midland Bird Club manages four reserves in the English West Midlands.
19. Willesley Wood (Membership pending)
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