British Wildlife 27.1 October 2015

It’s good to share

A new portal enables ecological consultants to contribute to one of the world’s largest biodiversity databases.

The National Biodiversity Network (NBN) is the largest partnership for nature in the UK. It was formed in April 2000 and its membership now includes practically all organisations involved in biological recording and wildlife conservation in Britain. Network members are committed to the collection and sharing of biological data in order to educate people about nature, to inform environmental decision-making, to aid conservation management and rewilding, and to monitor the changing state of our environment.

Sheep grazing and the management of chalk grassland A View from the Highlands
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