There are a number of websites that will be of interest to those interested in wildlife and the environment. These vary from those providing general information suitable for those who are looking for an overview of biodiversity matters to those providing information about specific aspects of the subject or specific areas. The following are just a few which we hope will be of interest:
Bursaries from Biological Recording in Scotland (BRISC) and Glasgow Natural History Society (GNHS):
Scotland's Biodiversity: Find out how Scotland's abundant species and complex mosaic of habitats shape its distinctive and internationally important biodiversity.
Natural History Museum: Find answers to your big nature questions. Delve into stories about the Museum's collections, scientists and research. Uncover the history of life on Earth, from the smallest insects to the largest mammals
UK Biodiversity Action Plan: The UKBAP website supports the implementation of the UK Biodiversity Action Plan (UK BAP) on behalf of the UK Biodiversity Partnership and the UK Government.
National Biodiversity Network:This site is the communications Portal for the NBN. It contains a wealth of information which includes a link to the NBN Gateway, which allows users to view distribution maps and download UK wildlife data by using a variety of interactive tools.
Atlas Scotland: The NBN Atlas Scotland is a free online tool that provides a platform to engage, educate and inform people about the natural world. It will help improve biodiversity knowledge, open up research possibilities and change the way environmental management is carried out in the UK.
Scottish Government: The Scottish Government's biodiversity web pages.
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