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  • Herefordshire Amphibian and Reptile Team
    Herefordshire Amphibian and Reptile Team (HART) is dedicated to the conservation of amphibians and reptiles in Herefordshire.
    Tel: 01531 636033.
    Website: www.herefordhart.org
  • Herefordshire Barn Owl Group
    The Herefordshire Barn Owl Group is a voluntary group working to increase the breeding populations of 3 species of raptor in Herefordshire. The Barn Owl, Little Owl and Kestrel have all suffered declines in recent years.
    Website: www.herefordshirebarnowlgroup.btck.co.uk
  • Herefordshire Greenlinks
    Greenlinks is a business community developing a vibrant local economy in the context of rising fuel and related costs, climate change and recession. Its members co-operate to support each other, improve environmental performance, share best practice and provide a joined-up picture of a sustainable local economy and community.
    Elaine Brook. Tel: 0845 458 4718.
    Email: info@herefordshiregreenlinks.info
    Website: www.herefordshiregreenlinks.info
  • Herefordshire Mammal Group
    HMG (formerly HAM) is dedicated to the conservation of mammals in Herefordshire.
    Website: ham.btck.co.uk/
  • Herefordshire Biological Records Centre
    HBRC is a not-for-profit service which collects, collates, manages and disseminates information relating to wildlife, wildlife sites and habitats within Herefordshire.
    Tel: 01432 260500
    Email: hbrc@herefordshire.gov.uk

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Herefordshire Nature Trust is a registered charity, number 220173, and a company limited by guarantee, number 743899.
Registered Office: Lower House Farm, Ledbury Rd, Tupsley, Hereford, HR1 1UT
Last updated Wednesday, March 19, 2014 © Herefordshire Nature Trust 2007. All rights reserved.
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