Conwy County Borough Council is one of many organisations working hard to look after the wildlife and natural treasures of Conwy. The Council works closely with its partner organisations and individuals to conserve some of Conwy's rarer or more threatened species and habitats.
Details of this work can be found in the Conwy Local Biodiversity Action Plan (LBAP), the whole of which can be viewed on the Biodiversity Action Reporting System (BARS) by clicking the link below. You will also be able to find out what other organisations are doing within the Conwy LBAP area by carrying out an 'action search' on the Conwy area within the BARS database. The Conwy LBAP covers the area within Conwy County Borough Council that is outside of Snowdonia National Park.
In addition to the action plan, there is also a full, long list of species that are of conservation concern within the Conwy LBAP area. To be sent a draft copy of this list, please contact Anne Butler (details at the bottom of the page). This list includes all of the species identified as being of Principal Importance for Conservation in Wales under Section 42 of the Natural Environment and Rural Communities Act 2006, as well as species of particular concern more locally, in the Conwy LBAP area. To view a copy of the habitats of Principal Importance for Conservation in Wales, please click on the link below.