Wiltshire & Swindon Biological Records Centre is the county’s local environmental records centre. Please take a look around our website to find out what we do, how we do it and how you can get involved in biological recording or go about accessing information from us.
Happy New Year from WSBRC!
We hope 2017 has started well for everyone and look forward to receiving your records as you get out and about recording during the year.
There are many ways to get involved in biological recording or make a contribution to nature conservation:
* Join Living Record and submit records to us
* Get involved with a local recording group
* Keep an eye on our homepage, Twitter feed (below) and Facebook page (WiltsBRC) for information on surveys and other activities
WWT Reserve Recording: an inventory for 2006-2016
After a few recent reserve purchases, Wiltshire Wildlife Trust now owns and/or manages 52 nature reserves. Scattered across the county and ranging from chalk downland to ancient woodland, restored lakes to working farmland, these sites hold and preserve a diverse and rich array of habitats and species.
But this diversity presents quite a task to monitor, with each reserve having its own distinct habitat and history which naturally influences the species assemblage found at each site today.
To help keep track of recording on reserves, we’ve taken a look at the records held by WSBRC for all the Trust’s reserves from the last 10 years.