Get involved

Contribute to the environmental data we hold by sharing your wildlife sightings with us.

Are you looking for new experiences?

No matter your background, you can contribute to our environmental and biological data.

There are lots of ways to get involved.

roe deer fawn
©Celia Haddon

Get started recording

Learn how to record the wildlife you see and contribute to our data collection.

We can help get you started and develop new skills.

Get started

Recorders' conference

We organise two wildlife recording conferences each year in spring and autumn.

Our conferences are a great way to meet people with similar interests and learn about what's happening in the two counties.

Learn more about our recorders' conferences

Share your records

Tell us about the wildlife you see and we’ll add it to our database. Your records could be used in local decision-making.

Share your records

Volunteer for us

We sometimes have opportunities for volunteers to help us to collect and manage environmental data. Work alongside our staff and learn skills that may help you to meet personal goals and discover hidden talents.

Learn about volunteering
group of people gathered outside to look at an insect in a collection pot
a hare in a ploughed field
©Martin Gascoigne-Pees

Local wildlife groups

If you want to get started with practical conservation work, you should consider the active groups in your area. You may find that you can join a group that is already set up.

Find local groups


If you are a student, find out how you can get help us to collect and manage our data in the field or the office.

You can get actively involved if you have time to spare and want to do something new. 

Find out about student projects

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Subscribe to our email news to keep up to date with our activities. We'll let you know about upcoming events such as our next recorders' conference. Be the first to hear about projects and field days.

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