PondNet Spawn Survey 2017

PondNet Spawn Survey 2017

Our partner organisation the Freshwater Habitats Trust is asking volunteers to record sightings of frog and toad spawn in Essex using a simple recording form and online guide, as part of their PondNet survey programme.

 

Data requests

Essex Wildlife Trust Biological Records Centre can provide a range of data provision services to suit your requirements. A summary of the services that we provide is given below. If you require more detailed information or have a request that is not covered by the services below please contact us.

Data searches for consultants: Please complete the data search request form below and send it to us for a quote. All data search queries should be directed to Louise Bacon, Louiseb2@essexwt.org.uk on 07912 270232. For more information on our data search service please click here.

Please note that there is no one source of protected species information in Essex, and all available sources of data should be consulted to obtain a comprehensive dataset for your area. For other sources of records in Essex please click here.

For details of data that we hold please see our metadata statement. More information on our partner organisations can be found here.

Essex River Wardens win national award!

River Wardens Mary Tayler (L) and Laura Millar with the Lynne Farrell NBN Group Award. Photo:EWT

The Essex Wildlife Trust River Wardens are the winners of the inaugural Lynne Farrell Group Award at the National Biodiversity Network Awards for Biological Recording and Information Sharing.

The NBN national award scheme was established in partnership with the Biological Records Centre and the National Forum for Biological Recording. The awards are presented annually to individuals or organisations that are making outstanding contributions to biological recording and improving our understanding of the natural world.

Two volunteer wardens from the Essex Wildlife Trust River Warden Scheme collected the award on behalf of the group and its coordinators at a reception held at the National Museums Scotland. Thanks to all of our River Wardens for for making the scheme such a success.

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