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 policy and planning decisions; 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.|