Biological Recording - Why and How?

Robbie Still

November 16, 2020

Overview -

Community Groups Conference 2020

Effective nature conservation decisions depend on the availability of good quality biological records. If you see an organism in your garden or whilst out walking and you can identify it, you can create a biological record. Find out from Oxfordshire’s local records centre how to create and submit a record; where your record goes and how it is used.

TVERC can also provide you with records they hold for your parish. This can include a map to highlight where your parishes’ important habitats and species are and whether they’re protected by law or planning policy. They also offer services such as: green corridor identification, biodiversity net gain assessments, land management advice and habitat surveys.This webinar series comes to you free of charge due to the generous support of Smiths & Sons (Bletchington) Ltd and Natural England.

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