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Kent Science and Environment

The Blean

Area of ancient woodland between the cathedral city of Canterbury and the towns of Faversham, Whitstable and Herne Bay. Includes information for visitors, plus newsletters, events and details of wildlife management and conservation.

Butterfly Conservation

Conservation group for butterflies and moths with details of sighting and recordings plus how to join.

Canterbury and District Cats Protection

Covering the Herne Bay, Whitstable, Canterbury and Faversham areas of Kent and surrounds.

Folly Wildlife Rescue Trust

A charity dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of injured, orphaned and distressed wild animals and birds throughout West Kent, East Sussex and the surrounding region.

Kemsing Heritage Centre

Area of outstanding natural beauty at the foot of the North Downs; includes opening times and seasonal programme of displays and walks.

Kent and Medway Biological Records Centre

Offers extensive information on wildlife and data recording in the region, with news and details of how to get involved.

Kent Bat Group

Raising awareness and the conservation of bats in Kent. Details of their work with information sheets and how to treat an injured bat.

Kent Coastal Network

A forum for a wide range of stakeholders in the management of the county's coast; includes news, member list, details of events, and factsheets and quarterly bulletin to download.

Kent Field Club

The Natural History Society for the county; provides details of membership, their programme of meetings and field trips, and their publications.

Kent Geologists' Group

Provides photo galleries and much background information on Kent's geology as well as detailing this group's programme of meetings and field trips.

Kent High Weald Project

Works to conserve wildlife and landscapes, and to promote public access; includes a guide to their reserves, community projects, and education programme.

Kent Reptile & Amphibian Group (KRAG)

Promotes the conservation of reptiles and amphibians in the county; includes a guide to species and sightings, with information about their projects and programme.

Kent RIGS Group

Works to conserve and preserve RIGS (regionally important geological sites) across Kent; includes news and site descriptions.

Kent Wildlife Trust

A conservation charity for Kent and Medway that aims to protect wildlife and restore habitats. Includes details of their reserves (including Downe Bank, famous as Charles Darwin's home), conservation projects, and educational programme.

Kentish Stour Countryside Project

Aims to conserve the countryside of the Stour valley. Includes news, reports and information for visitors to the area.

Medway Fossils & Mineral Society

Features information about membership of this society, plus details of field trips and an archive of newsletter articles.

North East Kent Marine Protected Area

Highlights the importance of the Thanet coastline for marine and bird life. Includes information on research, projects, issues and events, with resources for schools and educators.

Orchard Community Energy

Aims to develop community-owned renewable energy, low carbon and energy efficiency projects in Swale and Medway.

Romney Marsh Countryside Project

Aims to care for the special landscape and wildlife of the Romney Marsh area. Includes information on trails, countryside activities, wildlife and volunteering.

Royal Military Canal

Offers a history of this canal as well as details of its wildlife and advice for visitors on its recreational enjoyment.

West Kent Badger Group

Provides badger facts and news plus details of this conservation group's activities.

White Cliffs Countryside Project

Established to conserve and enhance the coast and countryside of Dover and Shepway districts; describes the project, with opportunities for conservation volunteers, and a guide to activities and for visitors.

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