Countryside services

Countryside links

Badger Trust|External link
Promotes conservation and welfare of badgers.

Bat Conservation Trust|External link
Promotes conservation and welfare of bats.

Environment Agency|External link
Protect and improve the environment.

Forestry Commission|External link
The Forestry Commission is responsible for both the sustainable management of existing woods and forests, and a steady expansion of woodland area to provide more benefits for society and the environment.

Calderdale Wildlife|External link
Nature walks and talks in Calderdale.

MapZone|External link
The Ordnance Survey MapZone is a fun site for kids and young adults.

National Trust|External link
Manage and protect landscapes, houses, gardens and ancient monuments.

Natural England|External link
Natural England brings together English Nature, the Countryside Agency and the Rural Development Service to champion the conservation of the wildlife and landscape of England.

Nature Detectives|External link
Help to investigate how the seasons are changing.

The Open Air Laboratories (OPAL) Network|External link
OPAL is an exciting new initiative that is open to anyone with an interest in nature. The site contains identification guides, activities as well as a chance to take part in national surveys.

Royal Forestry Society |External link
Woodland management and education.

RSPB|External link
The site provides information, including a bird identifier, RSPB reserves and activities to do.

South Pennines walk cycle ride|External link
South Pennine walking, cycling, mountain biking and horse riding routes for all ages and abilities.

West Yorkshire Bat Group|External link
Bat conservation, bat talks and walks in West Yorkshire.

Yorkshire Water|External link
A major partner in helping to maintain and manage a large part of the Calderdale landscape.

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust|External link
Manage and protect wildlife.

Last Updated: 29/03/2016