Worcestershire Biodiversity Partnership
Biodiversity describes the huge variety of plants, birds
and animals on earth, the habitats in which they live and the
interactions between them: the biological diversity of our
Worcestershire has a rich flora and fauna, including many
national rarities. The Worcestershire Biodiversity Partnership
is an alliance of organisations working within the county who have
the common aim of achieving the targets set out in the
Worcestershire Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP), the document that
outlines the action we will take to conserve and enhance the
habitats and species of conservation importance.
The Partnership is committed to the protection and enhancement
of the county's natural environment now and for the future.
Biodiversity Action Plan Manager
Telephone: 01905 766852
The public body with responsibility for
protecting, improving and regulating activities having an impact on
our river and wetland environments.
- The Forestry
Delivers the forestry policies of
England, Wales and Scotland, with a mission to protect and expand
Britain's forests and woodlands.
The public body whose purpose is to
protect and improve England's natural environment and encourage
people to enjoy and get involved in their surroundings.
- Worcestershire Biological Records
Exists to collect, collate, manage and
disseminate information relating to the habitats and species in
- Worcestershire Wildlife
Part of a national network of nature
conservation charities and works to conserve and restore wildlife
and wild places across the county.
- UK National
The UK National Ecosystem Assessment (UK NEA) is
the first analysis of the UK’s natural environment in terms of the
benefits it provides to society and continuing economic
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The page is next due for review 10 November 2014.