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Outer Hebrides Biological Recording

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Discovering and Documenting our Natural Heritage

We know very little about the distribution of the animals, plants and fungi which are found in the islands of the Outer Hebrides so all the records we receive, even of very common species, are important. You don't have to be a scientist, you can help us conserve our natural heritage and maintain the quality and biodiversity of our landscape.

Information

Providing the base-line data to help land managers, crofters, planners and businesses make informed decisions about how our natural environment is managed

Providing information for schools, researchers and visitors about our wildlife

Education

Promoting an interest in biodiversity and biological recording

Providing encouragement, support and training for recorders

Conservation

Maintaining a database of biological records to provide the information required to aid the identification and management of areas of conservation importance and to monitor wildlife distribution and population changes

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Wildlife Sightings Forum

Wildlife Database

Natural Hebrides