Websites about animals (including mammals, birds, reptiles, fish, insects, mollusks, etc.) and plants (including vascular plants, nonvascular plants, fungi, lichens, etc.) living and growing wild in Wales, whether native or introduced.

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Badger Watch and Rescue Dyfed
Organisation aiming to advance badger knowledge, promote their welfare and encourage respect for all animals. Gives information on badger protection, how to help, news and links.
BBC Wales: Nature & Outdoors
Information about animals and the natural world. Includes facts and images for hundreds of species and habitats, plus news and features, activities, quizzes, and links to related sites and organisations.
The Friends of the Anglesey Red Squirrels
Describes the status and habitat of the second largest population in Wales. Contains news and events, a sighting recording form, and volunteer opportunities.
North Wales Branch of Butterfly Conservation
Dedicated to the conservation of butterflies and moths. Includes events, articles, gardening advice, photos, and membership details.
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds in Wales
Provides information on species, reserves, local groups, volunteering opportunities and job vacancies, events, conservation projects, and school visits. Includes links to detailed studies.
South East Wales Biodiversity Records Centre (SEWBReC)
Site detailing the work of the South East Wales Biodiversity Records Centre, which helps the collation, management and use of information on the wildlife of Glamorgan and Gwent.
South Wales Branch of Butterfly Conservation
Dedicated to the conservation of butterflies and moths. Includes events, newsletters, photos, species listing, and membership details.
The Welsh Kite Trust
A registered charity dedicated to the conservation and monitoring of this endangered species. Includes detailed background information, articles, news, and records.
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