Introduction. Parish-Wildlife Members are encouraged to keep a Wildlife Diary, noting numbers of species that they see on their own local survey area ( eg garden, smallholding etc] in set 3 month periods.
They are provided with a checklist of ca 200 common and relatively easily identified species from Birds to Mammals, Butterflies etc.
The diary forms can be downloaded from this page. The form currently needs to be handed to the data analyst each April, July, Oct and Jan, but it will be possible eventaully for members to taught and given permission to add their diary results directly into the website
New Forms for 2010. These are a new design with more space but continue over two pages. They can be printed 'back to back' depending on your printer set-up. This year, we are asking members to record just one date for each species to validate the record ~ this could be when most numbers are seen. Please fill in one record on your Special Events Diary for any species high-lighted in yellow. The quarterly 'What to look for' notes will provide more details.
Downloads: To avoid the creation for a different file each quarter, we are leaving you to add the Year and Quarter to the downloaded File. This means that the download for a given parish is the same for each quater, so an alternative to is to store the empty downloaded file in a safe place on your computer and re-use it every quarter.
Use the Word Files if you want to fill in the information online and email the completed version to your Parish Coordinator or Data Analyst. The pdf file is a fall-back file if the downloaded word file gets corrupted on your computer. The pdf file should print well, but you cannot fill it in online. Please contact your Parish Coordinator if you have trouble with the Diary downloads.
The 'What to Look For' downloadable Notes are now only available from the Home page.
|Diary Checklist||download (pdf)||download (MS Word)||use the MS Word version to be able to fill in on your computer|
|Special Events Diary||download (pdf)||download (MS Word)|