Biodiversity - It's Our Nature

NPT Biodiversity It's Our Nature

From the tiny toadstool to our wise old oak, Biodiversity is all living things - and this includes us!

2011-2020 has been declared the International Decade on Biodiversity by the United Nations. It’s our chance to get involved in our nature. You can do this in many ways, just click through to the key sections below.

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For interesting facts, sightings and details of events and more beside why not visit our NPT Wildlife facebook page?

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Current Biodiversity News & Events

An exciting series of nature trails are being developed on sites across NPT. Following the trails will help you discover the biodiversity of NPT.  To find out where you can follow the trails and how to get involved visit out Wildlife Explorer page.

A series of events are taking place along the Wales Coast Path this year, including wildlife activities for Wales Biodiversity Week 7th -15th June. So why not join in?  For further details keep an eye on the What's on listings and visit the Wales Coast Path in NPT blog.

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Biodiversity in Planning

A downloadable leaflet of the advice provided by the Biodiversity in Planning webpages is now available.  The webpages and the leaflet explains the requirements of biodiversity in the planning process and what to do about them.  It explains everything from answering the biodiversity questions on the planning application form through to ideas for mitigation.  So if you are considering submitting a planning application take a look!

Wildlife Walks

We now have 9 wildlife walks in the county so why not get out and be a wildlife explorer with our handy leaflets.  Take a look at the Wildlife Walk page for some ideas of where to start exploring. URGENT: Due to current problems in a couple of sections of the Drumau Mountain route it is not advisable to attempt to walk the route as currently presented.  Please visit the Wildlife Walks page for further detail.  

Education packs

These packs are designed to help teachers nurture an understanding and an appreciation of our natural environment whilst also following the national curriculum. Take a look at the Biodiversity in Education pages for further information.

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