Adults: local groups

Oxfordshire has a rich variety of local wildlife and conservation groups that offer all sorts of opportunities for getting out into the countryside and getting involved with and finding out more about your local wildlife. The Museum works in partnership with many of these groups. If you would like to find a group that could nurture your interests in any area of Natural History near you, please see below.

Local Natural History and Wildlife Groups
The Ashmolean Natural History Society
Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust
Bedfordshire Natural History Society
The Earth Trust
Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust
Oxfordshire Nature Conservancy Forum
Oxford Urban Wildlife Group
Shotover Wildlife
Thames Valley Environmental records Centre

Insects and other Invertebrates
The Amateur Entomologists Society
Bees Wasps & Ants Recording Society
British Arachnological Society
British Entomological and Natural History Society
British Dragonfly Society
Butterfly Conservation
The Coleopterists Society
The Conchological Society
The Ladybird Survey Group
British Myriapod & Isopod Group

Geology and Earth Sciences
Berkshire Geoconservation Group
Bedfordshire Geological Society
Black Country Geological Society
Oxford Geology Group
Oxfordshire Geology Trust
The Russell Society
Wiltshire Geology Group

Mammals, Reptiles, Amphibians and Birds
Bat Conservation Trust
The Hawk and Owl Trust
The Mammal Society
Oxford Ornithological Society
The Reptile and Amphibian Group
Royal Society for the Protection of Birds

Oxford Rare Plants Group
Oxford University Botanic Gardens
Oxford University Harcourt Arbouretum
Sylva Foundation


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