The Cumbria Biodiversity Data Centre at Tullie House Museum, Carlisle keeps wildlife information for the county of Cumbria. Tullie House Museum, in its role as a local natural history museum, has collected and disseminated records of wildlife in Cumbria since its inception in 1893. From the early 1990s the Museum has developed a computerised database of species and habitat records in Cumbria and has taken the central role in providing a local biodiversity data service for the county. This role was restyled as Cumbria Biodiversity Data Centre (CBDC) in 2010, a not-for-profit organisation hosted by Tullie House Museum and advised by local stakeholders.
Cumbria Biodiversity Data CentreWednesday, July 8th, 2020 at 2:38pm
COMMON SWIFT - In flight grooming - FIGURE 37 : Behavioural dataset
French version : https://youtu.be/9eRu7K3ZQKc This video is part of a 24 video series illustrating the figures in the paper: “Contribution of slow motion vid...