Join in to record wildlife sightings, view wildlife maps and get training in wildlife identification.
WildWatch North Pennines a project to encourage and help you to record wildlife in and around the North Pennines AONB, helping us to conserve biodiversity. Scroll down for links.
We work closely with the regional record centres, local recording groups, Wildlife Trusts and many others to ensure records are verified and then put to good use. All records are shared with the Cumbria Biodiversity Data Centre and ERIC North East.
Welcome to WildWatch volunteers old and new! I would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has helped achieve over 10,000 records. The three wildlife groups, Weardale, Allen Valleys and South Tyne are progressing well and planning some exciting autumn events and talks.
If you're new to WildWatch - to record a sighting, scroll to the bottom of the page click on Register, enter your details and start recording!
We are also offering Wildwatch North Pennines training through our usual events programme, please see the training and events pages for what is planned this autumn. We look forward to supporting your great work recording and conserving our wildlife into the future.
I would also like to apologise to any recorders who have had IT problems inputting data. We understand this may have particularly affected Mac users. We are working to improve your recording experience. If you have any feedback or ideas about your experiences with WildWatch just email me at email@example.com
Sam Finn – WildWatch Project Coordinator
For general queries about WildWatch not answered on this website please email WildWatch
New training opportunies are added as they become available. Visit training and events.