From Staffordshire Invertebrate Group
- BUGLife. The first organisation in Europe devoted to the conservation of all invertebrates, and are actively engaged in saving Britain's rarest bugs, slugs, snails, bees, wasps, ants, spiders, beetles and many more fascinating invertebrates
- National Biodiversity network (NBN)
Local Biological Records Centres
- EcoRecord the ecological database for the Black Country and Birmingham
- rECOrd - The Biodiversity Information System for Cheshire, Halton, Warrington and Wirral
- [SER:Main Page|Staffordshire Ecological Record]
Local Wildlife Trusts
- The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country (WTBBC)
- Cheshire Wildlife Trust (CWT)
- Shropshire Wildlife Trust (ShWT)
- Staffordshire Wildlife Trust(SWT)
Other Local Organisations
- Cheshire Active Naturalists (CAN)
- The Sorby Natural History Society. The Society was formed in 1918 as an amalgamation of the Sheffield Naturalists' Club, the Sheffield Microscopical Society and the Junior Naturalists' Club. The Society is still very active studying all branches of natural history (including microscopy and geology) within the City of Sheffield and around it, organising lectures, field trips and scientific surveys and producing a wide variety of publications.
- Staffordshire Bat Group is the county bat conservation organisation, formed in 1990 to increase knowledge, understanding and acceptance of bats. The Group engages in promotional activities and research throughout the County of Staffordshire in the UK and works with other bat groups and national organisations to further the cause of bat conservation.
- Natural History of South Cheshire via the BUGBOTHERER
- Expert Centre for Taxonomic Identification (ETI)
- DMAP An excellent distribution and coincidence mapping programme
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