Wildlife surveying and recording
Database of insects and their food plants
This database is primarily a collation of published interactions between Great Britain ‘s invertebrate herbivores (insects and mites) and their host plants. DBIF aims to help researchers access the accumulated knowledge of British plant-herbivore interactions, which is otherwise scattered throughout a vast published literature.
Hare Conservation and Recording Project
The Hare Conservation and Recording Project is a joint venture of the biodiversity partnerships for Lancashire, Greater Manchester and North Merseyside aiming to bring a cohesive approach to conserving the Brown Hares their area. This website brings together information on the various actions and recording schemes being undertaken to further the conservation of these emblematic farmland mammals.
Share and get help with identifying what you have seen through this interactive service by The Open University as part of the OPAL project.
National Biodiversity Network
The National Biodiversity Network (NBN) is a project to build the UK’s first network of biodiversity information.
National Federation for Biological Recording
The National Federation for Biological Recording (NFBR) is the premier UK organisation for practitioners involved in biological recording.
Nature’s Calendar is the home for thousands of volunteers who record the signs of the seasons. You can enter your own signs of the seasons on the website and you can also see the data that others have entered.
Recording Invasive Species Counts
The Recording Invasive Species Counts (RISC) project is a way to find out more and to contribute to our understanding of the distribution and ecology of six invasive non-native species. Send in your records and photos of new species for identification.
The Tracking Mammals Partnership
The Tracking Mammals Partnership is a collaborative initiative, involving 23 organisations with a variety of interests in UK mammals, which aims to improve the quality, quantity and dissemination of information on the status of mammal species in the UK.
Will’s Skull Page
Will’s Skull Page offers numerous photographs and measurements of provenanced mammal skulls with online help with ID.