Partners of the Merseyside Biodiversity Group

There are many different ways that an organisation can be a partner with the the Merseyside Biodiversity Group.

Enquiries are welcomed from all sections of the community including commercial companies.

If your organisation is not included on this page and you think that it should be, or you would like to become a partner of the MBG, then let us know. Please also let us know if the information about your organisation is out of date. Contact the Merseyside Biodiversity Group directly.

Official opening of Freshfield Dune Heath nature reserve© Richard Burkmar/EAS

Partners from all sections of the community attending the official opening of Freshfield Dune Heath nature reserve, Sefton on 22nd August 2006.

Local Government Agencies

The City of Liverpool Council
Knowsley Council
Sefton Council
St Helens Council
Wirral Council

Government Agencies

Natural England
Environment Agency

Non-Governmental Organisations

The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside
The Mersey Forest
The Sefton Coast Partnership
The National Trust
Canal & Rivers Trust
Liverpool John Moores University
Liverpool Museums
Liverpool Hope University
Merseyside Local Sites Partnership

Action Groups

The Merseyside and West Lancashire Bat Group
The North Merseyside Amphibian and Reptiles Group
The Lancashire and Cheshire Fauna Society
Merseyside Environmental Trust

Other BAPs

The Lancashire Biodiversity Action Plan
The Greater Manchesther Biodiversity Project
Cheshire Biodiversity
The Cumbria Biodiversity Partnership