AES website listed as one of Britain's best wildlife websites
Published: 18 August 2009
The AES website has been selected as one of the best wildlife websites in Britain by BBC Countryfile Magazine. In particular, our site has been praised for the way it explains biodiversity and insect conservation:
The site does an excellent job of explaining the importance of biodiversity and invertebrate conservation in an accessible format.
Only fifty sites were selected to cover the following categories:
- Best birdwatching websites
- Best bug websites
- Best mammal websites
- Best marine life websites
- Best wildlife websites for kids
- Best wildlife communities
To see which other sites were selected, and to read the full report on the AES site, please see the BBC Countryfile Magazine website.
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