Be­low are a few of the many or­gan­i­sa­tions that run sur­veys; more on the iRecord web­site .

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Bat Con­ser­va­tion Trust

The Trust’s Na­tional Bat Mon­i­tor­ing Pro­gramme has a range of sur­veys in which you can take part. bats.org.uk

Bees, Wasps & Ants Record­ing So­ci­ety

This so­ci­ety ex­ists to record and study data from vol­un­teers. bwars.com

Na­tional Am­phib­ian and Rep­tile Record­ing Scheme

You can help mon­i­tor the sta­tus of am­phib­ian and rep­tile species through vol­un­teer-based sur­veys. narrs.org.uk

Botan­i­cal So­ci­ety of Bri­tain & Ire­land

The place to go for sup­port if you’d like to iden­tify, record and map what grows where. bsbi.org

Mam­mal So­ci­ety

Have you spot­ted an an­i­mal while on a walk or bike ride? Record it on the Mam­mal Map­per app. mam­mal.org.uk


A seabed record­ing project for vol­un­teer scuba divers. seasearch.org.uk

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