Species Data

Our database of over 2 million digitised records has been built up over a period of 20 years and includes over 12,000 species across all major taxon groups. Every year we receive records from over 800 Cumbrian recorders, covering most invertebrates, mammals, amphibians, reptiles, invasive species, and more. Our data includes 236 datasets, including those from local natural history groups, individual recorders, local and national recording schemes, Cumbria Wildlife Trust, statutory bodies, and many other contributors.

Additional Species Data

Although we hold a vast number records, our data is not exhaustive and it does not include all species observations in Cumbria. Other local and national recording schemes, as well as the NBN Atlas, may include records that we do not have. For a list of alternative sources of information, please follow the link below to view our Other Data Sources page.

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Wednesday, January 8th, 2020 at 11:46pm
The same sentiment for the UK..and probably better to do it before we have a major disaster like the fires of Australia https://t.co/qvAjrJX8j2
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Monday, December 2nd, 2019 at 11:44pm
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