In 1992 the UK government signed the Convention on Biological Diversity, a commitment to identify and take measures to conserve our most threatened wildlife. This commitment led to the development of Local Biodiversity Action Plans (LBAPs) to be delivered by local partnerships of governments, local authorities, wildlife charities, community groups…
Delivering projects that improve our biodiversity
Everyone can make a contribution to conserving the wildlife of the National Park. Whether you are a farmer or landowner, are prepared to make space for wildlife in your garden or you simply enjoy being out and about in the Park, there will be something you can contribute.
While only a small country, the range of habitats from the coasts to the mountains contain possibly the most varied biodiversity of any comparable size in Europe. Biodiversity conservation in Wales is of international importance and this is recognised in the number of sites with international conservation designations.