Submitting your records to the local environmental records centre is an important step in helping to promote and safeguard your local natural environment. WSBRC welcomes records submitted to them via Living Record, a powerful online tool that enables you to submit your wildlife sightings, which is gathering increasing support from recorders within Wiltshire (and elsewhere in the UK).
Living Record is a straightforward-to-use recording tool but, with a little training, recorders can utilise additional features to facilitate the submission of biological records. Records can make a real difference as they form part of the big picture at local and national levels.
Wild Connections and WSBRC are joining together to offer you a series of free training session on how to use Living Record.
We are running two sessions at our head office in Elm Tree Court Devizes on Monday 26th September . There will be an afternoon session at 3pm – 4:30pm and an evening session at 7pm – 8:30pm