Other Articles & Links - Devon Websites
Whilst every effort is used to keep this information up to date, please report any errors or broken links. We always welcome conservation and biodiversity interest groups and organisations and would be pleased to include links to their sites. Please email website details and link information.
- Cann Wood Peregrine Project
- Dawlish Warren bird sightings
One of Devon’s most watched sites.
- Lundy Birds
Contribute your Lundy bird sightings and photographs.
- South Brent Bird Survey
- South West Pied Fly Monitoring Network
- South West Peregrine Group
- Teign Birds
Interesting site with daily news.
- Thurlestone Birds
- Birds of Lundy
Currently being updated. The website for the joint Devon Birds/LFS publication The Birds of Lundy. Includes on line updates to the book including regular additions to the Systematic List of birds recorded on the island.
- Barn Owl Trust
- Dartmoor Ranges
The Ministry of Defence web site to inform visitors to Dartmoor as to when live firing training will take place. The most up to date information is available her and the MoD have to give 6 weeks notice of any changes.
- Devon Wildlife Trust
The DWT is concerned with all aspects of wildlife conservation.
- Gallery of Birds
Paul Gale – Gallery of Birds, Paintings, drawings and photographs..
- Lundy Company
Includes details of sailings and accommodation.
- Lundy Field Society
- Mike Langman
Mike’s picture gallery.
- RSPB – Exeter
The local Exeter branch of the RSPB.
- South West Lakes Trust
Set up as a charity in 2000, supporting conservation around the inland waters of the South West, they provided a new hide at Tamar Lake for bird watching in August 2008. See the Tamar Lake entry under Places to Go in the Reserves menu.
- Taw Torridge Estuary Forum
The Forum was founded by both North Devon District Council and Torridge District Council in 1980 and is intended to be an independent voice for the whole of the Taw and Torridge Estuary.
- Devon Moth Group
The group meets for moth-trapping events in summer and holds indoor meetings in winter. We have around 150 members.