Wiltshire and Swindon Biological Records Centre

Local Wildlife and Geology Groups  

Cotswold Fungus Group - organise regular fungus forays throughout the year, visiting a wide range of sites throughout north Wiltshire.   

Wessex Bryology Group - records bryophytes is sites across Wiltshire, Dorset, and parts of Somerset. A key aim of the group is to encourage those who are new to the subject to become more experienced and confident at identifying bryophytes.

Wiltshire Amphibian and Reptile Group (WARG) – record and promote the interests of the county’s snakes, lizards, newts, frogs and toads.

Wiltshire Badger Group - aims to promote the study, conservation and protection of badgers, and to take part in any activities, which will advance public education concerning badgers.

Wiltshire Botanical Society (WBS) – arrange a full programme of outings to interesting sites in Wiltshire or neighbouring counties, the leader and members sharing their knowledge of plants.

Wiltshire Branch Butterfly Conservation – members help with reserve management and maintenance, recording and monitoring, and also run events. Follow them on Facebook

Wiltshire Geology Group - established in the early 1980's WGG is a member of the Geology Trusts, a nation-wide, County based organisation committed to promoting and protecting geological diversity in both historic and new sites of geological interest. Follow their blog, and take a journey through geological history, charting the movement of our landmass and the creation of varying rock forms by visiting Rock Circus.

Wiltshire Mammal Group    

Wiltshire Ornithological Society (WOS) 

Wiltshire Redd Recording Society    

Fly Orchid, WWT/ Vicki Brown

The WSBRC is housed at Wiltshire Wildlife Trust, a Company Limited by Guarantee and registered as a charity. No. 266202
Registered Office: Elm Tree Court, Long Street, Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 1NJ. Limited Company No. 730536