Wrexham's Biodiversity Action Plan
Wrexham County Borough not only has a rich variety of plants, animals, birds and fungi, but also a range of habitats such as woods, meadows, hedges and ponds. This is our local biodiversity, which is an important part of our environment and heritage. To conserve and enhance our local biodiversity, the Wrexham Biodiversity Action Plan allows us to set targets and co-ordinate actions in Wrexham. It also raises awareness of our biodiversity and the need for its conservation.
Wrexham’s Biodiversity Action Plan can be viewed on the UK Biodiversity Website.
Wrexham Biodiversity Group is made up from the following organisations:
- Countryside Council for Wales
- Denbighshire County Council
- Environment Agency
- Flintshire County Council
- Mammal Society
- National Trust
- North Wales Wildlife Trust
- Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
- Wrexham County Borough Council
The Plan is a working document which is developing and evolving, with more species and habitat action plans to follow. For the Plan to be effective it is essential that there is local community involvement. If you are interested in becoming involved, please contact Planning Environment at the address below.
Wrexham's Biodiversity Action Plan is also available for viewing in all local libraries.