Events, Records

Barnsley biological records centre celebrates its 200,000th record

200,000 Biological Records have been submitted to Barnsley Local Records Centre in the last 5 years!

Barnsley Biological Records Centre (BBRC) is celebrating its recent 200,000th record, a major achievement since it was only established by Barnsley Council in 2011.

This success is due to all who have contributed with sightings and field records and the work behind the scenes in collating all this information.

Without such important data we cannot protect and conserve important species and habitats in the borough.

Cllr Roy Miller from Barnsley Council joined BBRC’s steering group members on January 31st in Elsecar Park to mark this success.

 

 

 

 

Further discussions on what has been achieved so far and what can been done carried on at Elsecar Heritage Centre. With celebratory cake cut by Roseanna and Derek

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please continue to submit your wildlife records in Barnsley to our local records centre, details are given on:  http://barnsleybiodiversity.org.uk/records.html…

 

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