Free resources to help you identify some common British plants and animals.
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Information on how PTES are working to promote Dormouse Conservation and protect this endangered species in the face of changes in woodland management, farming practices, loss of hedgerows and the fragmentation of woodland.
Discover where dormice are living by carrying out your own Great Nut Hunt and do your bit to help look after these wonderful creatures.
An overview of the geology and rock types of the Mendip Hills
Quarry Faces community heritage project has told the story of quarrying in the Mendips, and created an archive of oral history recordings and over 1,000 historic images.
A gallery of photographs spanning 150 years of quarrying in the Mendip Hills.
Individual histories of the main Mendip Quarries.
Field study centre, providing a range of learning experiences for schools and students of all ages, through classroom activities and practical fieldwork in working and non-operational quarry sites.
A guide to Somerset Wildlife Trust’s Nature Reserves to help your enjoyment and appreciation of the county’s wildlife and wild places.
Information on how Somerset Wildlife Trust are working with local communities to help restore and recreate wildflower meadows and grasslands across the Mendip Hills through the Save our Magnificent Meadows Project.