Serengeti Tracker

This exciting project lead by scientists at Glasgow University is helping to collect valuable data on some of Africa’s most iconic wildlife, in one of its flagship reserves – Serengeti…

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River Obstacles

We need your help to find obstacles in rivers and determine whether they present a threat to fish migration. Your records will help the partner organisations to identify obstacles that can…

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Blooms for Bees

Blooms for Bees is a citizen science project to promote and improve gardening for bumblebees. Download the app and visit the website to explore which bumblebee species visit gardens and allotments,…

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Wisecam

The WISECAM app enables people who are interested in monitoring their local waterway to collect and upload simple data on water quality and river conditions. Data may be collected using either…

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Cotswold Water Park

The Cotswold Water Park is an area of 40 square miles, with more than 150 lakes, set across the countryside of Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and West Oxfordshire. If you’re visiting the Park…

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BatsCount

BatsCount is a new app that will help people such as consultants and members of ringing groups record bat data in an efficient and standardised way. The app is intended to simplify the way that…

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SEWeb – Soil Erosion

Soil is one of our most undervalued assets.  But it is critical both to the overall health of the environment and to us.  This project seeks to gather more information on where and how our…

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SEWeb – Rainfall Observers

SEPA work in partnership with the Met Office to oversee a network of volunteer rainfall observers spread across Scotland.  Scotland has a very complex and variable climate and our understanding…

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Solent Birds

The aim of the Solent Birds project is to understand the importance of the network of high tide roost sites and inland feeding areas within the Solent for the conservation of the overwintering…

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Sealife Tracker

The Sealife Tracker project aims to collect much needed data on both invasive and climate change indicator marine species around the UK coastline.  Due to the scale of the coastline and the…

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