Our introduction to the Barnsley Biodiversity Action Plan has been revised with links to the most recent State of Nature reports. You can see the revised introduction to the Barnsley Biodiversity Action Plan at: barnsleybiodiversity.org.uk/introduction. We would like your comments – which you can give on this post. Advertisements
We have recently refreshed our information on biological records and the Barnsley Biological Records Centre. It includes information on how to send in records of wildlife and how to ask for records and information. The information can be found at barnsleybiodiversity.org.uk/records.html We would welcome your comments. Is there more information that you would like? Is … Continue reading
We want to let everyone know about the work done to revise the Biodiversity Plan, the additional information provided, and the new priorities and approaches adopted. You can see the revised sections of the Biodiversity Action Plan at: barnsleybiodiversity.org.uk/biodiversityplan.html. We would like your comments. Please give them here or via the links on each page of the … Continue reading
The priority habitats section in the revised Barnsley Biodiversity Plan has some differences . We would welcome your comments here.
Within an area roughly eight miles from north to south and 17 miles from east to west, the richness of the biodiversity of Barnsley owes its existence to the area’s landscapes and range of habitats. These result from differences in soils, geology, altitude, rainfall and not least changes introduced by man. We have recently refreshed the … Continue reading
Barnsley’s rich and diverse countryside includes areas of particular importance for wildlife. There are sites in Barnsley that have important, distinctive and threatened habitats and species. Some sites are recognised nationally and given legal protection. Others have been identified as having local signficance but don’t have the same level of protection. We have recently refreshed … Continue reading
Barnsley Biodiversity Plan is being revised. We want to let everyone know about the work done to revise the Biodiversity Plan, the additional information provided, and the new priorities and approaches adopted. The revised sections are available on barnsleybiodiversity.org.uk/biodiversityplan. We would like your comments. Please give them here.
There are a number of differences with the previous Local Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP) in how we are dealing with identifying local priority species. The main difference is that we are including in our Local Biodiversity Action Plan as a local priority, any species identified as a priority species nationally that regularly breeds or overwinters in … Continue reading
A workshop on the revised Barnsley Biodiversity Plan was held in May at RSPB Old Moor, The comments made and ideas suggested are being incorporated in the plan and are being made available on line. We want to let everyone know about the work done to revise the Biodiversity Plan, the additional information provided, and the new … Continue reading