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  1. Data provider: Tachinid Recording Scheme

    The scheme collates Tachinid from Great Britain and the Channel island, species distribution maps are displayed via the NBN.

  2. Data provider: Terrestrial Heteroptera Recording Scheme (Shieldbugs & allied species)

    Tristan Bantock is an entomologist with a specialist interest in Hemiptera and a broad knowledge of most insect groups.

  3. Data provider: The British Association for Shooting and Conservation

    BASC has five strategic aims which include continued opportunity to go shooting and high standards. It is within these aims that our interest and commitment to a healthy environment, both in the UK and abroad, sit. Our biodiversity strategy, Green Shoots, gathers biodiversity data from our members and undertakes conservation projects in partnership with others such as the statutory nature conservation organisations, wildlife charities and local people. It is through these actions that BASC and our members help achieve conservation targets in the wider landscape and so working towards the challenge of passing on a healthier environment than we inherited.

  4. Data provider: The Conservation Volunteers Scotland

    TCV is the community volunteering charity. Our vision is to create healthier, happier communities for everyone, through a range of programmes to deliver practical actions that have a lasting impact on people’s health prospects and outdoor places. TCV has over 50 years' experience of engaging people with the environment and have a unique position at the heart of a network of conservation specialists, environmental trusts, community groups, schools, health and youth networks and volunteers. We are experienced in delivery of events and workshops focussing on Biodiversity, Citizen Science and Community Engagement across Scotland through our range of environmental and community projects.

  5. Data provider: The Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture (DEFA), Isle of Man Government

    The Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture works to protect and enhance the Island’s natural assets within the core principles of environmental, economic and social sustainability; whilst optimising quality of life, international reputation, food production, energy security and outdoor amenity. DEFA works in partnership with all sectors of the Manx Community to protect and enhance the essentials of life – food, air, land and water and to minimise the impact of work activities and food borne and infectious disease on the people who live, work and visit our Island. It has policy responsibility for animal health and welfare, environmental protection, food, farming and fisheries.

  6. Data provider: The James Hutton Institute

  7. Data provider: The Mammal Society

    Promoting evidence-based conservation and management of mammals

  8. Data provider: The National Longhorn Beetle Recording Scheme

    Collating information on the distribution and ecology and promoting the recording of longhorn beetles in Britain and Ireland.

  9. Data provider: The Wildlife Information Centre

    TWIC is the biological records centre for the Lothians, Scottish Borders, Falkirk, Clackmannanshire, Stirling and Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park that collects, collates and disseminates information about the wildlife in our area. The Centre is a not-for-profit company with charitable status and provides objective, independent wildlife information for people and organisations. TWIC is the focal point for biological recording and is working to increase our knowledge of the land, freshwater and marine wildlife throughout our area. The Centre seeks to hold as comprehensive a record of the wildlife of the area as possible. We have an assumption of open access to these data, unless there is evidence of potential for damage to wildlife resulting from their release. The Centre provides a wide range of data services; we routinely supply data to local authorities for screening planning applications, to consultants for preparing environmental assessments and to conservation bodies for writing management plans. The ongoing development of TWIC and its services is funded by grant aid from Scottish Natural Heritage, service level agreements with City of Edinburgh Council, East Lothian Council, Midlothian Council, Scottish Borders Council, Live Borders Trust, Stirling Council and West Lothian Council and income from contract work, projects, contributions from Scottish Wildlife Trust and voluntary contributions.

  10. Data provider: The Wildlife Trusts

    Together we have a mission to create Living Landscapes, secure Living Seas and to inspire people to value nature.