Biodiversity Projects

Whether it’s animals, plants, fungi or bacteria every species has an important role to play in the ecosystem. Often, managing one species can be beneficial for the others who share that habitat. That’s why projects like those carried out by Denbighshire Countryside Service and our partners are vital for the survival of some of our precious native species.

These pages contain information about some of our projects. Use the links on the left hand side to find out what we are doing to conserve our natural habitats and species. Many of our projects rely of the support of volunteers and strong partnerships with land owners and land managers.

If you would like more information on any project listed here or would like to get involved, please contact the biodiversity team by email or call 01824 708263.

 Clockwise from top left: sand lizard (Mick Brummage), Gronant dunes, otter, juniper (Sarah Bird), dormouse (Angela Smith), Himalayan balsam


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