Animal and Wildlife Related Clubs and Societies

There are many UK clubs and societies which focus on both native species and captive exotics. These clubs provide vital information and tools in which members can use to develop their understanding of the species or animal groups of their interest. In turn this promotes the future progression of the area of study and protection of the species involved.

British Tarantula Society

The BTS aims to promote and encourage of responsible husbandry, research, captive breeding and conservation of theraphosids, scorpions and associated fauna.

See: https://www.thebts.co.uk/

International Herpetological Society

The I.H.S. currently caters for approximately 750 members both in the UK and overseas. They are committed to the ongoing research and propagation of all reptile, amphibian and chelonian species.

Thebts.co.uk

IHS

The Parrot Society

Bird Lovers Club

The Parrot Society encourages the preservation, conservation, keeping and breeding of parrot species some of which are endangered and in need of help.

The BLC aims to provide, foster and encourage networking opportunities, increased awareness and education, and higher standards in aviculture.

Parrot Society

Bird lovers Club

The British Beekeepers Association

The BBKA was set up in 1874 to promote and further the craft of beekeeping and to advance the education of the public in the importance of bees in the environment.

Hardy Plant Society

British charity promoting cultivation and conservation of hardy herbaceous plants, the Hardy Plant Society provides publications, seed distribution, member activities.

BBA

Badge can be bought here:

https://www.bbka.org.uk/shop

Lapel pin badge available from:

http://www.hardy-plant.org.uk/lapel-badge

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