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Wildlife surveys you can help with

Lancashire Invasive Species Project

Invasive species survey: The Lancashire Invasive Species Project needs your records of invasive species.

You can use the website to send us your records and see them appear on the map, or download a survey form to fill out. These records will form the basis of a management strategy to tackle invasive species which will be put into action early in 2012.

The website also has descriptions of some of the invasive species found in Lancashire and downloadable identification sheets.

www.lancashireinvasives.org

The Lancashire Environment Record Network is the 'local environmental record centre' for the county of Lancashire.

www.lancspartners.org/lern

The Lancashire Wildlife Trusts Wildlife Counts is looking for volunteers to help in biological recording on Trust reserves.

The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside

The Open Air Laboratories (OPAL) network is an exciting new initiative that is open to anyone with an interest in nature.

Two surveys on at present one looking a air quality by surveying lichens found on trees and a Soil and earthworm survey, with more planned for the future.

Save our Squirrels you can report sightings of red or grey squirrel by completing a easy to use online form. www.saveoursquirrels.org

Add an Adder by the The Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust

Bumblebee Surveys at The Bumblebee Conservation Trust

National Insect Week www.nationalinsectweek.co.uk

Glow Worm Survey Lancashire appears to be a Glow Worm free zone do you know better.

The Great Stag Hunt Help track down the stag beetle.

BBC - Breathing Places - Ladybird Survey (Identification sheet pdf )

National Moth Night

Plant Life Wildflower Survey Wildflowers Count

The Hare Conservation and Recording Project Brown Hare sightings In Lancashire

Big Pond Dip Pond Conservation Trust

Living With Mammals – urban mammal survey April and June each year.

RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch January every year

Look out for the return of BBC Spring Watch and Autumn Watch they usually run many surveys.

 

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