132 endorsed data publishers for United Kingdom

  • Aggregate Industries 3 published datasets

  • Amphibian and Reptile Conservation 2 published datasets

    We are a national wildlife charity committed to conserving amphibians and reptiles and saving the disappearing habitats on which they depend.


  • Anthomyiidae Study Group

  • Aquatic Coleoptera Conservation Trust 1 published dataset

    About half of the data-base for water beetles in Britain and Ireland is currently available. The scheme was originally operated by the Balfour-Browne Club, but that has become more of an international study group. The Aquatic Coleoptera Conservation Trust (ACCT) has taken over as a registered charity (SCO37556) dedicated to conservation of water beetles primarily in the UK.


  • Aquatic Heteroptera Recording Scheme 1 published dataset

  • Argyll Bird Club 1 published dataset

  • BIS for Powys & Brecon Beacons National Park 5 published datasets

    BIS provides a means to ensure that the best possible use is made of local wildlife records for its protection.


  • Balfour-Browne Club 1 published dataset

    About half of the data-base for water beetles in Britain and Ireland is currently available. The scheme was originally operated by the Balfour-Browne Club, but that has become more of an international study group. The Aquatic Coleoptera Conservation Trust (ACCT) has taken over as a registered charity (SCO37556) dedicated to conservation of water beetles primarily in the UK.


  • Bat Conservation Trust 7 published datasets

    We are the leading NGO solely devoted to the conservation of bats and the landscapes on which they rely. Working to secure a world where bats and people thrive together.


  • Bats and the Millennium Link 1 published dataset

    BATS & The Millennium Link (BaTML) was launched in late 2000 with a view to monitoring the bat populations along and adjacent to the Forth & Clyde and Union Canal network that connects the east coast of Scotland with the west coast. These canals, after heavy investment, were in the process of undergoing major changes during a period when they had been completely re-opened to water traffic. From an environmental point of view these changes were by no means all negative. Many positive things are happening which we are sure will benefit the local wildlife and bats in particular. As such our canals should continue to remain very valuable wildlife corridors.


  • Biological Records Centre 1 published dataset

    The Biological Records Centre, established in 1964, is a national focus for biological recording, principally through support and collaboration with national recording schemes and societies.


  • Botanical Society of Britain & Ireland 4 published datasets

    BSBI helps people learn more about plants and make a contribution to world-class science. We do this by fostering an appreciation and understanding of our wild plants and offering opportunities to learn more about them in a friendly, supportive environment. We bring beginners and experts together and provide our network of volunteers with a dedicated support system as they undertake high quality research across Britain and Ireland. Acting in the public interest to advance our scientific knowledge, BSBI is laying down a legacy for the future by producing data and interpretation which help conserve and protect our wild plants.


  • Bristol Regional Environmental Records Centre 2 published datasets

  • British Antarctic Survey 7 published datasets

    http://www.antarctica.ac.uk


  • British Bryological Society 2 published datasets

    The BBS has a full programme of field meetings, a paper reading meeting, recording and research projects, an international academic journal and a lively membership magazine. Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/britishmoss/


  • British Dragonfly Society 1 published dataset

    Promoting and encouraging the study, conservation, public awareness and understanding of Dragonflies and their habitats in the UK.


  • British Lichen Society 8 published datasets

    The BLS works to promote the study and conservation of lichens and their habitats and welcomes all who are interested, from beginner to expert.


  • British Mycological Society 1 published dataset

  • British Trust for Ornithology 10 published datasets

    The BTO collects, analyses, interprets and delivers the scientific information that underpins conservation action, halting declines and restoring populations of birds and other wildlife. It does this through its highly effective partnership of volunteers and paid professionals. Being independent and non-campaigning means our work is highly respected and widely used.


  • Broadland Environmental Services Limited 3 published datasets

  • Buglife 1 published dataset

    Buglife actively works to save Britain’s rarest little animals, everything from bees to beetles, worms to woodlice and jumping spiders to jellyfish.


  • Bumblebee Conservation Trust 1 published dataset

    The Bumblebee Conservation Trust works to monitor, conserve and protect all of Britain's bumblebee species


  • Butterfly Conservation 2 published datasets

    Butterfly Conservation is the UK charity dedicated to saving butterflies and moths. Butterflies and moths are important parts of the ecosystem. They are beautiful and inspirational and people enjoy seeing them in their gardens and the countryside. They are sensitive to change and their fortunes help us assess the health of our environment. Two-thirds of butterfly and moth species are in decline. This is a warning that cannot be ignored.


  • Caledonian Conservation 49 published datasets

    Providing a range of ecology and ornithology services for development and conservation in the UK


  • Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Environmental Records Centre 2 published datasets

    CPERC manages species and habitat data to provide the most comprehensive source of local biodiversity information for our area For more information on our records please contact us direct