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Derbyshire Science and Environment

Cats Protection - Derby & District

Rescue and rehome injured, stray or unwanted cats/kittens.

Chesterfield Astronomical Society

Observes using the Barnett Observatory's 18 inch diameter telescope; includes details of membership, meetings and sessions, news, photo galleries, and resources.

Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Entomological Society

Promotes the study of moths, butterflies, and other insects.

Derbyshire Archaeological Society

History society fosters and encourages interest in the past life and natural history of the county.

Derbyshire Bat Conservation Group

Focuses on the events and meetings of this bat conservation group.

Derbyshire Dragonflies and Damselflies

Features articles and lists of different species of dragonflies with their scientific names.

Derbyshire Mammal Group

Information on the distribution of mammals throughout the county. Focuses on species that are under recorded.

Derbyshire Wildlife Trust

Organization that encourages people to be responsible for caring for the environment.

Groundwork Derby and Derbyshire

Aims to improve the quality of the environment in the area.

Ilkeston and District Astronomical Society

A small society of all ages and levels of interest, from casual observer to active astronomer. Provides details of their programme of meetings and observation sessions, events, and news.

Lowland Derbyshire Biodiversity Action Plan

There are two biodiversity action plans (BAPS) covering Derbyshire which are important for protecting species and habitats across the country.

Pleasley Pit Nature Study Group

Studies and works to conserve wildlife in a nature reserve on the site of closed-down coal-pit. Includes a guide and lists of sightings.

The Sanctuary

A ten hectare wildlife and bird reserve in Derby, formerly a gas works tip. Includes a species list and guide.

South Derbyshire Badger Group

Offers details of the meetings, events, and goals of this badger conservation group.

Trent and Peak Archaeology

Archaeological unit of the University of Nottingham focusing on the archaeology of the East Midlands. Includes details of commercial services and research.

Whistlewood Common

Ten acres of community-owned land in Melbourne, South Derbyshire.

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