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Stuck for something to do in the Covid-19 lockdown?

Why not make a record the wildlife that lives in and
visits your garden through our Wildlife at Home Challenge.

What's been recorded by the Garnock Connections Landscape Partnership Project?

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If you are a regular wildlife  recorder SWSEIC recommends using the iRecord website for entering and sharing your wildlife records.

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SWSEIC holds over 1.5 million wildlife records for SW Scotland.
Find out more about our services and how to access the data we hold.

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South West Scotland Environmental Information Centre
South West Scotland Environmental Information Centre01/04/2020 at 6:55pm

Reasonable catch in the garden moth trap this morning - first catch of the year. 40 moths of nine different species, despite the cold weather.

South West Scotland Environmental Information Centre
South West Scotland Environmental Information Centre31/03/2020 at 10:10am

Do you think you know about UK butterflies? This excellent talk from Peter Eeles (about 45 mins) provides a wonderful view into different butterfly lifecycle stages. Great if you want to step beyond just looking at the adults. They really are amazing creatures...

South West Scotland Environmental Information Centre
Life Cycles of British & Irish Butterflies - the Movie!
This is the 'extended edition' of a presentation describing the Life Cycles of British & Irish Butterflies, which has been delivered at several events, and w...
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SWSEIC31/03/2020 at 6:21am

Great charts to help with ID of your garden wildlife... https://t.co/in8A7XEhtN

SWSEIC30/03/2020 at 3:05pm

Three species of #bumblebee in the garden at lunch time - White-tailed, Buff-tailed and Tree 🐝

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SWSEIC is also grateful for the continued support of Scottish Natural Heritage in supporting the core operation of the local environmental records centre.

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