Recording wildlife is a crucial step in protecting species and habitats.
Why Record Wildlife?
Wildlife records are used locally to inform planning applications and can play a vital role in highlighting the biological history of a site.
When a site is proposed for development, wildlife records are used both by ecological consultancies and the local planning authority.
Radnorshire County Recorders
You can submit your records to as many different people and groups as you wish but here is the current list of all the Radnorshire Vice-County Recorders (VC43):
Amphibian & Reptiles Hannah Shaw email@example.com
Birds Pete Jennings firstname.lastname@example.org
Butterflies Chris Ledbury email@example.com
Dragonflies Bob Dennison firstname.lastname@example.org
Fungi & Lichen Ray Woods email@example.com
Invertebrates (excluding butterflies, moths & dragonflies) Phil Ward firstname.lastname@example.org
Mammals Sorcha Lewis email@example.com
Moths Pete & Ginny Clarke firstname.lastname@example.org
Plants Liz Dean & Sue Spencer email@example.com
The Local Environmental Record Centre is the Biodiversity Information Service for Powys and Brecon Beacons National Park (BIS).
BIS collate all the wildlife records provided by the county recorders and provide data for planning applications and Welsh Government requirements. You can submit your own wildlife records directly to their database and also view maps of various wildlife species recorded in Powys. SUBMIT A RECORD
Other Useful Numbers
Hedgehogs Howey Hedgehog Rescue www.howeyhedgehogs.co.uk
Kites Tony Cross firstname.lastname@example.org
Regional BTO Rep Carlton Parry email@example.com