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Several LRCs in the South West and elsewhere have adopted Living Record, a popular mapping and recording website. After some trial usage we have decided to join in, starting with a tailor-made Gloucestershire bat survey.
Online species recording
GCER and other Local Records Centres (LRCs)have
been investigating how to provide an online
recording facility that allows best use of
records for both the recorders and the LRC.
GCER news archives
Ash Dieback appears to be here to stay; for more information - and how to spot and record Chalara fraxinea infections - check out the Ashtag Project >>
State of the Natural Environment report 2012 - Brownfield sites - can now be downloaded >>
Brush up on the new National Planning Policy Framework here >>
Previous State of the Natural Environment Report 2011 can also be downloaded from GWT’s website >>
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Visiting waxwings are one of the rewards for having a good selection of berry bushes in your garden.
Unfortunately it has been a poor year for some fruit bushes and trees, such as the rowan berries which waxwings particularly like.
When berries are scarce, you can sometimes encourage waxwings with hanging apple feeders.
We welcome waxwing records, especially if you have seen a big flock of them.
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