Recording Wildlife

Information about Cumbria’s wildlife, habitats and geology have been given to Tullie House Museum for over 100 years.  The information from this collection of specimens and records is used by: national and local organisations to help with policy and planning; researchers and students; biological recorders and the public.  By recording in Cumbria you will help continue this tradition and important work.

Submit a Record Tell us about what you have seen to help build up a comprehensive picture of Cumbia’s biodiversity.
Surveys If you have a passion for a particular group of plants or aninmals why not get involved in a national or local survey?
Getting Started If you are interested in wildlife and are considering recording read this section or contact our Recording Officer.
Resources CBDC has many online and practical resources including books and equipment to help you record.
Local Recording Groups There are a range of geographical and taxonomic groups who regularly meet in Cumbria. Joining a local recording group can help improve your recording skills through lectures and field trips.
Responsible Recording It is important to understand the law and be safe whilst you are enjoying your Recording.
Sunday, September 10th, 2017 at 12:48am
Is there a mouse in your house?
Sarah Nicholson wants to know if you have seen a house mouse.
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Saturday, September 9th, 2017 at 12:28am
Species of the Week.
Chilocorus renipustulatus – Kidney-Spot Ladybird.

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Saturday, August 19th, 2017 at 3:44pm
Thorneythwaite recorders - we're still going! Looks like it will rain when we arrive and then fair up.