Links to other CJ divisions
We’re a team of busy bees with fingers in a lot of interesting pies! Information on some of our ventures can be found below:
Our high quality products are available in countries throughout Europe under our own Vivara brand.
Our professional division – specialist products and advice for organisations involved with conservation.
The world's largest online community dedicated to wild birds.
Links to other businesses and organisations
Below are some third party websites which you may be interested in visiting.
Please note that we have no control over the content on these sites.
Wildlife – General
Wildlife news,facts, information and galleries from the BBC.
The Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is Scotland's leading animal welfare charity. They offer refuge and care for injured, abused and neglected animals all over Scotland.
A site containing an extensive collection of bird, mammals, insect and butterfly images.
Interesting site dedicated to advising you how to make your garden more attractive and benefiicial to wildlife
Useful site with advice on caring for abandoned baby birds and attracting birds and hedgehogs to your garden. You can also help support the hospital by adopting an animal, volunteering your help or becoming a member.
Specific Species/families of birds
Information on Common Swifts, an interactive forum, suggestions for how to help Swifts and information on other members of the Swift family.
A registered charity and the world's premier owl conservation organisation promoting scientific research, habitat creation and restoration, a UK national nest-box scheme and breeding programmes.
This site offers a wealth of information about the Official Red Kite Feeding Station. A visit to Gigrin Farm to see these impressive birds in action is thoroughly recommended.
A comprehensive site, you can follow the progress of a number of tagged Ospreys throughout the year. Also features a "Schools" area with project ideas for teachers.
Birds – General
Good site with an extensive range of information and photos to help identify British garden birds.
The British Trust for Ornithology is an independent, scientific research trust, investigating the populations, movements and ecology of wild birds in the British Isles, with a view to ensuring the conservation of wild birds.
Important web resource about birds, birding & birdwatching
One of the world's top bird tour companies, Birdquest offer more than 80 friendly, small group holidays each year with carefully planned itineraries and extremely knowledgeable guides.
Dedicated to saving wild butterflies, moths and their habitats.
IBRA is a not-for-profit organization with members throughout the world. The organization aims to increase awareness of the vital role of bees in the environment. Their website includes information on beekeeping, pollination and current research.
This site tells you about the valuable work of the Badger Trust who work to enhance the welfare and conservation of badgers in Britain. There is advice on how you can help and some useful information on badger protection.
Contains lots of interesting information on bats. Also features a guide to attracting bats to your garden so that you can help reverse the decline in population numbers.
The BHPS is dedicated to helping and protecting hedgehogs in the UK. Visit their website for advice on how to help injured or abandoned hedgehogs, information on their campaigns and for the latest research relating to hedgehogs.
Become a Hedgehog Champion and rally support from neighbours to work together to create ideal hedgehog habitats throughout your street, estate or communal grounds.
The Red Squirrel Survival Trust is a national charity established to ensure the conservation and protection of the red squirrel in the UK.
The Mammal Society is an organisation dedicated to the study and conservation of mammals of the British Isles.
Cuan Wildlife Rescue is a registered charity dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned wild animals and birds. We are the only wildlife rescue centre in Shropshire to offer a round-the-clock service.
The county’s leading environmental and wildlife charity. This website offers educational resources, wildlife advice, information on reserves, membership, volunteering and much more.
Discover Battlefield 1403 and learn more about the Battle of Shrewsbury at the Exhibition Centre, buy locally sourced produce at the farm shop and butchery, taste the delights in Sparrow's Cafe or simply enjoy the fresh air along the Battlefield walk.