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Welcome to our links page. Below you will find links to partner organisations, local wildlife groups and other related organisations. If you a link that you would like added to this page please contact us.

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Brecknock Botanical Distribution Maps

Vascular plant distribution maps in VC 42, Brecknockshire, derived for the Brecknock Rare Plant Register(RPR) by John Crellin, BSBI Assistant County Recorder.
Contact John Crellin for copy of RPR



Visit Brecknock Botanical Distribution Maps
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Brecknock Moth Group

The Brecknock Moth Group are a group of local moth enthusiasts devoted to the study and conservation of moths within the Vice County of Brecknock, in Powys, mid-Wales. See Find an Expert for County recorder.

Visit Brecknock Moth Group
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Montgomeryshire Moth Group

Welcome to the Montgomeryshire Moth Group (MMG) website. Here we identify moth species found within Montgomeryshire, Wales, and report on the activities & events of the MMG.

Within the UK, moths are comparatively under-recorded in Montgomeryshire, so it's possible there may be something new to this part of Mid-Wales living in your own back garden!

If you'd like to get involved and help our understanding of Montgomeryshire moths then please contact us. Our moth data is also included on North Wales Lepidoptera, a site offering a comprehensive review of Lepidoptera for the whole of North Wales.

Visit Montgomeryshire Moth Group
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Radnorshire Moth Group

Species lists and maps

Visit Radnorshire Moth Group
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The Mid Wales Red Squirrel Partnership (MWRSP) website

The Mid Wales Red Squirrel Partnership (MWRSP) was established in 2002. The Partnership aims to expand and protect the unique population of red squirrels in mid Wales; one of only three significant red squirrel populations in the whole of Wales. The MWRS Partnership has worked to establish sound baseline information about the red squirrel population in mid Wales, leading to the development of a robust understanding of the work required to conserve the red squirrel in mid Wales.

Visit The Mid Wales Red Squirrel Partnership (MWRSP) website
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