Biodiversity is all about maintaining a high level of animal, plant and insect life both locally in Jersey and globally across the world.
Why is biodiversity important?
People need biodiversity
Links with more information
|Nature and wildlife||Jersey is blessed with an incredible diversity of wild habitats and native species. Read more about them from National Trust Jersey.|
|Pondwatch||Spot wildlife in a pond and share your sightings to help pond conservation!|
|Pollinator project||The Pollinator Project is a Channel Island initiative set up to help stop the decline in pollinating insects.|
|Insect guide||A PDF guide to help you recognise and count pollinators in Jersey.|
A PDF to help you survey bats in your area in Jersey.
The report contains data collected through the iBatS monitoring scheme, which used mobile bat recording technology over a 10-year period.
|Reptile watch||Search for reptiles and share your findings.|
|Hedgehog preservation||Learn more about looking after hedgehogs in Jersey and where support can be found.|
|Science and bees||The British Bee Keepers Association encourages children to take a closer look at these small living creatures.|
|Early years resources||The World Wildlife Fund has created a set of resources to support your child with learning about sustainability.|
|Forest visits||Forestry England have produced some resources to help you have fun in woodland areas.|
|Biodiversity, natural capital||Learn how human activity is making global warming worse, and how it is affecting all life on land.|