Join in to record wildlife sightings, view wildlife maps and get training in wildlife identification.
WildWatch North Pennines was a project to encourage and help you to record wildlife in and around the North Pennines AONB, helping us to conserve biodiversity. For a summary of WildWatch project findings, scroll down for links.
COMING SOON - Cold-blooded and Spineless
The North Pennines AONB Partnership's new five year biological recording project has now started. Cold-blooded and Spineless will celebrate invertebrates in the North Pennines and help inspire people to learn about and identify, small but very important creatures in our landscape. To find out more click here
Though the funding for WildWatch has now ended, your sightings are still welcome. 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. For more information on how your data is used, click here.
WildWatch North Pennines Winter
Welcome to WildWatch volunteers old and new! We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has helped gather over 20,000 records! To view your sightings as part of species distribution in the North Pennines please see WildWatch Wildlife Maps. To see how much our WildWatch volunteers have achieved and why they love the North Pennines, watch our project film...
Don't forget you can also add photos with your sightings which is an excellent way of aiding verification. If you're new to WildWatch, click on Report Wildlife below to get started, enter your details to create your login ID and start recording!
The three wildlife groups, Weardale, Allen Valleys and Alston Moor are offering their own talks and events this year. Please see the Local Wildlife Groups page for how to get involved with them.
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