Standard Data Searches

Species Search

A standard species data search will include all post 1980 records of statutorily protected species, Nerc Act (2008) S41 species of principal importance (also known as BAP priority species), rare and scarce species and a selection of invasive non-native species for a buffer of up to 2 km from a site centroid. Records are provided as a spreadsheet to allow filtering by designation and taxon group. Species Data.

Sites Search

A standard sites data search is for non-statutory sites plus statutory Limestone Pavement Orders for up to a 5km radius of a site centroid. Results are provided as a labelled PDF map of site boundaries. Individual site designation citations for County (Local) Wildlife Sites, Local Geological Sites (RIGs) and Sites of Invertebrate Significance may then be requested for a further charge. Statutory site boundaries and citations are available from Natural England. A labelled PDF map of statutory sites can be provided for a further charge. Sites Data.

Habitat Search

UK Priority Habitat boundaries are available from Natural England. A PDF map of nearby priority habitats can be provided for a further charge.
Although old, the 1980s Phase 1 habitat survey of Cumbria is the only comprehensive coverage habitat data available for the whole county. A PDF map for your site can be provided for a further charge. Habitat Data.

Wednesday, July 10th, 2019 at 6:34pm
CBD getting ready to support 11 year old Orin's, Bioblitz at #NationalTrust Footprint building nr. Windermere #LakeDistrict. 4pm Saturday 13th - 4pm Sunday 14th. Lots of walks, talks and expert naturalists to learn from! Hope to see you there. @TullieHouse
Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019 at 1:04am
Whilst we are promoting biological recording and Cumbria Biodiversity Data Centre locally Tom from @_ALERC_is busy doing likewise at the House of Commons. https://t.co/FhGZ8gV2jN
Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019 at 1:00am
@ALERC_NC @BiodiversityPs @_BCT_ Thank you for promoting LERCs nationally hopefully it will result in increased recognition locally. πŸ˜ƒπŸ¦‹πŸ›πŸπŸœπŸ¦€πŸ¦ πŸžπŸ‹πŸ¦‡πŸ¦†πŸΎπŸŒΏπŸŒ³πŸšπŸ„πŸ¦Š
Tuesday, June 18th, 2019 at 6:14pm
Interesting article - the only record of the Cerambyx Cerdo in Cumbria was caught and put into the collection @TullieHouse in 1900 by FH Day. CBDC are interested to receive Grass snake records - most records are in the South Cumbria. https://t.co/WSGE814iX1