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  1. Data provider: Leicestershire and Rutland Environmental Records Centre

  2. Data provider: Lochaber Fisheries Trust

  3. Data provider: Lorn Natural History Group

    LNHG is the Biological Records Centre for vice-county 98, Main Argyll, and records, collates and provides data for the region. Our work is supported by funding from Scottish Natural Heritage. Records are supplied by LNHG members, by other residents and visitors to the area, and by organisations who share data with us. We organise regular field trips and training days to improve our members' identification and recording skills. Latest information on these, and other local natural history news, at "Lorn Natural History Group" on Facebook.

  4. Data provider: Manx Biological Recording Partnership

    A partnership of wildlife conservation focused organisations and individuals on the Isle of Man collating terrestrial and marine data led jointly by Manx National Heritage, the Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture, Isle of Man Government and the Manx Wildlife Trust. Much of our data comes from surveys carried out by the lead organisations but also includes records from individual wildlife recorders and several specialist groups. The Isle of Man is a UK Crown Dependency.

  5. Data provider: Marine Biological Association

    Promoting scientific research into marine life, including the environment on which it depends, disseminating to the public the knowledge gained.

  6. Data provider: Marine Conservation Society

    The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) is the voice for everyone who loves the sea. We work to secure a future for our living seas, and to save our threatened marine wildlife before it is lost forever. Almost nowhere in UK seas is marine wildlife safe from harm. We need to establish vital marine protected areas where wildlife can recover and flourish. Levels of beach litter have doubled over the last two decades. MCS works to clear our seas of the rising tide of rubbish that is so dangerous to sea life, including seabirds, whales and dolphins. 71% of Europe's fish stocks are overfished or depleted. Once common fish such as skate and cod are now rare in many areas. MCS works to reduce the overfishing which is devastating the life in our seas, and promotes sustainable seafood alternatives. Our work ensures that the sea's rich wildlife can be restored, fish stocks grow more plentiful, and our beaches and seawater become cleaner. We depend entirely on the generosity and enthusiasm of our supporters to continue to care for our seas, shores and wildlife.

  7. Data provider: Marine Environmental Monitoring

  8. Data provider: Marine Life Angus

    Marine Life Angus was launched on the International Day of Biodiversity (May 2012) with a core focus of on collecting sightings data of cetaceans in Angus waters and promoting local coastal wildlife sites.

  9. Data provider: Merseyside BioBank

    Sharing and supporting wildlife recording in Sefton, Liverpool, Knowsley and St Helens. Ensuring a future for our local wildlife.

  10. Data provider: Ministry of Justice

    The Ecology team aims to protect our valuable native species and habitats from decline within the Ministry of Justice estate.