WSBRC is 40 years old Wiltshire and Swindon Biological Records Centre

It's WSBRC's 40th Anniversary!



From recording cards and filing cabinets to online recording and databases WSBRC has now been the custodian of Wiltshire’s wildlife records for 40 years.

To celebrate this we are planning a fun-filled year of recording challenges and events for new and experienced recorders alike and we hope you will get involved. Why not take part in our 40 Species Challenge


Big Pathwatch, Ramblers

Big Pathwatch The Ramblers are asking everyone to join their most ambitious campaign ever, to protect and improve pathways in England and Wales. Taking part involves a walk in the park, or the hills, the countryside or the woods. And wherever you walk, use their handy new app to record what you find from wonky bridges, to locked gates or paths in bad conditions.


  • Data search button
  • Living Record button



What's New

Out Now - Top species to see this October 01/10/2015

ID Parade - Woodland fungi 01/10/2015

Site focus - Visit Langley Wood nature reserve 01/10/2015

Wildlife Moments - Humming-bird hawk-moth 11/09/2015

PondNet - volunteer with this new FHT project 05/08/2015

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