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bottom the relevant page.
These links are for more general sites ....
The Woodland Trust is the UK premier organisation for preservation and planting of new woodlands.
Calendar (used to be called The Phenology Network)
studies the relationships between climate and periodic biological
phenomena (e.g. bird movements or tree flowering). This site is an
offshoot of the Woodland Trust where you can record the dates of a
wide range of events each year and view the trends. Fascinating
stuff in these unstable times. We hope you get on better with the
Bing mapping than we do.
Peter J. Hosey. Wildflower Photography has many lovely plant and fungi images to enjoy, help with identification or to buy prints of.
Nurturing Nature is
run by George Pilkington - a conservation expert and inventor of
nest boxes and environmental
habitats that you can buy direct from his site.
Alvecote Wood is an 11 acre woodland taken over
in 2007 to be refurbished for wildlife and education.
Wildlife in and Around
Leighton Buzzard & Linslade is an assortment of
images of wildlife in this Bedfordshire area, including walk maps
and some screen 'wallpaper' images.
The Beyonder is an online magazine based in the Chiltern Hills, spanning Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire (our county) and Bedfordshire, for those who want to explore and enjoy the amazing natural environment on our doorstep.
The Digswell Lake Society manages a 200 year old spring and woodland wildlife preserve in Welwyn Garden City (Hertfordshire) where we used to live.
The CountryLovers' Pages provides a wide range of Nature based links.
Natural History Museum
provides interesting background on the museum, but don't expect it
to replace a visit.
VUTRAX Home Page for the Computer Aided Design (CAD) system Roy designed and wrote in the early 80's (for Z80's and CP/M - does anybody else remember them?), which he is still actively maintaining (now PC's, Windows & Linux). The product itself and it's Technical Support will only be interesting if you understand electronic schematics and printed circuit boards, but the more general links pages includes various computer and other technical references.