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After a few recent reserve purchases, Wiltshire Wildlife Trust now owns and/or manages 52 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. We’ve counted the number of records for within each species group, and totalled them up for each site. In total, the number of records submitted for these reserves is just shy of 60,000, representing a fantastic effort on the part of all individuals and groups that have contributed to this information base.