Completed Projects

Wildwatch – training new biological recorders, mapping and publishing results Wildwatch was a 3 year project in the North Pennines AONB. The aim was to recruit and train local people to record their wildlife. CBDC helped collate the base line data, ran a training session on dataflow and helped produce the species maps at the end of the project.
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Bee Roads North – developing a methodology to predict bee roads CBDC were involved in collating and analysing data to develop a methodology that predicted potential bee roads areas. The result is a map of the key insect pollinator dispersal pathways across Cumbria, Lancashire and Greater Manchester
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Upland for Juniper – publishing survey results with annimated Flash presentation CBDC worked with Cumbria Wildlife Trust to publish the survey results from the Uplands For Juniper Project. CBDC produced a flash presentation to browse the county’s juniper sites by 10km square. It also created the results in Google Earth and PDF format to download.
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Cumbria Geoconservation – developed online mapping tools CBDC have provided online mapping tools for the members of Cumbria Conservation to amend and update the maps and notes of SSSI and Geological sites in Cumbria.
Wednesday, August 14th, 2019 at 9:19pm
SAVE THE DATE: 29th February 2020-CBDC Recorders' Conference. New date will allow everyone time to process 2019 records and provide an opportunity for "hot off the press" reports and presentations. We haven't decided a theme yet...but the date is triggering a few ideas. https://t.co/YJnV1kh5Ev CumbriaBDC photo
Monday, August 12th, 2019 at 10:42pm
Join @NorthPennAONB's FREE #bee walk with @StevenFalk1, Sun 1 Sept at Langdon Beck & Harwood-in- #Teesdale Special #Invertebrate Sites. Late flowering species = fantastic habitat for #bumblebees, solitary bees & more. Beginners welcome. Booking essential: https://t.co/UM9MLLWlUY https://t.co/hSlNm8EKzm CumbriaBDC photo
Sunday, August 11th, 2019 at 10:21pm
@solwaywalker Thanks Ann. Sending it to me is a start we will add it to the Cumbria records. If you have any other records for the Solway I can add them to our List. The volunteers we recruited last year wanted to focus on plants so we are still short on shore data.
Sunday, August 11th, 2019 at 8:46pm
@solwaywalker @TurfPix Not a commonly recorded fish - NBN atlas shows a couple of records just off the Silloth coast. CBDC does not have records for this species (not that we get much marine data). Will you be sending your record off to anyone? Debs