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Collating information on the distribution and ecology of water bugs in Britain and Ireland.
Providing a central voice for the Records Centre community
Project monitors bat populations along and adjacent to the Forth & Clyde.
The first port of call for biodiversity information in our region
The Biological Records Centre, established in 1964, is a national focus for biological recording,
BIS is one of four Local Environmental Record Centres covering Wales
Promoting the study, understanding and enjoyment of our wild plants
Working to conserve dragonflies and their wetland habitats
Local Environmental Records Centre for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
The Centre for Environmental Data and Recording (CEDaR) is the Local Records Centre (LRC) for
Providing fast access to high-resolution species data for North Wales
Providing quality data services and supporting recorders in NE England
Protecting Wildlife for the Future and for the People of Essex
Gathering and sharing information on local wildlife for the benefit of conservation.
The aim of the scheme is to stimulate and collate the recording of freshwater fish distributions in
Promoting the recording, study and conservation of grasshoppers, crickets, earwigs and cockroaches.
Increasing the knowledge and understanding of Scotland’s whales, dolphins and porpoises.
Ecological Consultancy and Management - Specialists in Protected Species and Mitigation.
JBA are engineers, environmental consultants, scientists and designers, managing weather and
Kent Wildlife Trust is one of the largest of the 47 Wildlife Trusts, which together make up the
Providing professional advice & effective solutions for Japanese knotweed and other invasive
Advancing marine science through research, communication and education since 1884
Collecting sightings data of cetaceans in Angus waters and promoting local coastal wildlife sites.
https://anbollenessor.com/, a website dedicated to marine life in Cornwall. I photograph marine
The origins of the natural sciences collections of National Museums Scotland can be traced back to
A habitat-based plant monitoring scheme by BSBI, CEH, Plantlife, JNCC.
Scotland’s largest conservation charity caring for the nation’s natural and cultural heritage.
NBIS collects, collates, & interprets species, geodiversity, habitats & protected sites data.
The local biological records centre for North-East Scotland
To promote, protect and defend the wildlife of the city of Nottingham for itself and for the people
Discovering and documenting the natural heritage of the Outer Hebrides
Project Splatter is a research effort to quantify and map wildlife roadkill across the UK
Working with organisations & citizen scientists to protect river water quality
The UK's leading gardening charity advancing horticulture and promoting gardening.
The scheme seeks to record, and improve knowledge and identification of, beetles in the
Financially supporting experts in collection and distribution of biodiversity data for Shropshire,
The Silphidae Recording Scheme collates biological records of the carrion, burying and sexton
Mapping the British and Irish distributions of approximately 65 species.
Collating biological records for 11 related Diptera families.
Providers of high resolution biodiversity data for SE Wales
The Local Environmental Records Centre for SW Scotland
I have over 30 year's experience of insect field survey and identification. As a professional
Operating as an independent and objective centre for biodiversity data
The Sussex Biodiversity Record Centre is the centre for authoritative information relating to
Tristan Bantock and Jim Flanagan are the joint organisers of the Scheme
BASC is a national representative body for sporting shooting.
TCV is the community volunteering charity. Our vision is to create healthier, happier communities.
Protecting and enhancing the Isle of Man’s natural assets
Promoting the recording of one of Britain's most spectacular beetle families.
TWIC is the BRC for the Lothians, Sottish Borders & part of Central Scotland.