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In Oxfordshire there are over 80 groups with over 1,000 volunteers that are actively working to conserve wildlife in their local 'patch'. These are run by local residents generally with the support of the parish council. Some may be restoring ponds, while others are planting trees and hedgerows or managing their churchyard for wildlife. The work of each local group is vial to provide a mosaic of essential habitats across the county.

If you have time to help out on your local patch, if only for a couple of hours now and then you will be made welcome. To find your nearest group click below on your district council and download a list of conservation groups in your area.

Click here for a map of the 36 Target Areas in Oxfordshire showing where our Biodiversity Project is directed.


Mr Dachlan (flickr) Sheep in Oxfordshire