Click for details of local and national surveys you can get involved with. You could also check our links page for information about local wildlife groups active in the SEWBReC area.
SEWBReC actively encourages the recording of wildlife and is always interested in receiving additional records. It is possible to make useful records with no specialist knowledge. If you are unsure of your identification, please let us know, as we may be able to provide assistance or contact a local expert to help.
SEWBReC is interested in receiving records of all species, no matter how common or widespread. There are many places within our area for which we hold few or no records. So please help us to fill in these gaps.
Please see our Beginner's Guide to Biological Recording and using a GPS.
For occasional records, SEWBReC has a online recording site, know as SEWBReCORD. Please see the SEWBReCORD page for guidance on using this tool, and for alternative methods of data submission.
For experienced recorders who generate significant numbers of records there are two main approaches for data submission:
If you are the County Recorder for a taxonomic group and you don't already have a Data Exchange Agreement with SEWBReC, then please contact us to discuss this further.
Click here to view our Interactive Map of County Recorders and Recording Groups for each Unitary Authority area within South East Wales.
If you're not sure what Vice County you fall in, take a look at this great mapping tool.
The Biological Records Centre provides a wide range of record cards e.g. for vascular plants or Odonata. These can be downloaded here.
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