Nature Directory

  • Blackwater Valley Countryside Trust

    Activities: Education and Training, Events, Volunteering

    A registered charity working for the conservation, protection and improvement of the Blackwater Valley.

  • Bracknell Forest Friends of the Earth

    Activities: Events

    Bracknell Forest Friends of the Earth is one of over 200 local groups that work in partnership with Friends of the Earth nationally, and as part of the global network of over 70 groups that make up the Friends of the Earth International network. We raise

  • Bracknell Forest Natural History Society

    Activities: Events

    The Society is for everyone interested in nature and its conservation. Our aims are to present and share information about the Natural World, to increase awareness about its importance and to work to increase the biodiversity of local wildlife habitats.

  • British Dragonfly Society

    Activities: Dragonfly Conservation

    Within the BDS there are two main inter-linked areas of interest, dragonfly recording and dragonfly conservation.

  • British Trust for Conservation Volunteers (TCV)

    Activities: Volunteering

    The Conservation Volunteers have been reclaiming green places since 1959.

  • British Trust for Ornithology (BTO)

    Activities: Education and Training, Events, Volunteering

    Looking out for birds? Share your interest in birds with others by being part of the BTO. Volunteer surveyors, members and staff work in partnership to provide unbiased information about birds and their habitats. Join or volunteer today and make birds cou

  • Bucklebury Heathland Conservation Group

    Activities: Volunteering

    We were set up in 1992 to restore part of the Common to heathland

  • Buglife

    Activities: Advice, Events, Volunteering

    Saving the small things that run the planet

  • Butterfly Conservation

    Activities: Events, Volunteering

    Saving butterflies, moths and our environment.

  • Camberley Natural History Society

    Activities: Events

    A society founded in 1946 that promotes involvement in all aspects of natural history.

  • Campaign to Protect the Rural England (CPRE)

    Activities: Advice

    Unlike many environmental charities, CPRE has no vested interests – we own no land, rely solely on donations and grants, and are politically independent. We make decisions with the head not the heart, as much as we love the countryside, and we are possible

  • Canals and Rivers Trust

    Activities: Events, Places to Visit

    Our canals and rivers are national treasures, rich in history and wildlife. We are here to protect them for future generations

  • Climate Berkshire

    Activities: Advice

    Climate Berkshire is a partnership of Local Authorities and other key partner organisations from across Berkshire, working at a strategic level to address the challenges and opportunities associated with climate change.

  • Common Ground

    Activities: Events

    Common Ground is a charity that explores the relationship between nature and culture through music, sculpture, poetry, film, markets, photography, architecture, gardening, publishing and pamphleteering.

  • Community Council for Berkshire (CCB)

    Activities: Education and Training

    We are an independent charity founded in 1973, and are part of the ACRE network of Rural Community Councils (RCCs). We give people the skills and confidence they need to play a full part in their communities and encourage them to become active citizens.

  • Council for British Archaeology

    Activities: Advice

    An independent charity, the Council for British Archaeology brings together members, supporters and partners to give archaeology a voice and safeguard it for future generations.

  • Country, Land and business Association (CLA)

    Activities: Advice

    The CLA is the only organisation dedicated to defending your interests as a landowner and is your only truly independent and authoritative source of advice.

  • Crown Estate

    Activities: Places to Visit, Walks

    The Windsor estate is constantly active, from maintaining Windsor Great Park as a first class visitor destination to managing commercial forests and hundreds of residential properties.

  • Earley Environmental Group

    Activities: Advice, Education and Training

    The group encourages an interest in all matters concerned with the environment - wildlife, conservation and environmental issues of modern society. It also aims to develop peoples skills and knowledge and to carry out practical tasks.

  • East Berkshire Ramblers Group

    Activities: Walks

    The group provides the opportunity to make new friends and improve your health whilst enjoying walks of a varied nature. Walks are from 3.5 miles to 12 miles in length and take place mainly on Wednesdays and Sundays, with some on Saturday and evening walk