WELCOME TO NBIS

 


Norfolk Biodiversity Information Service (NBIS) is a Local Environmental Record Centre holding information on species, geodiversity, habitats and protected sites for the whole of the county of Norfolk. NBIS is a member of the Association of Local Environmental Records Centres and operates within the guidelines of the National Biodiversity Network. NBIS functions with guidance from a Steering Group, serving the need for environmental information in Norfolk through the collection, collation, assessment and interpretation of high quality data.

 

NBIS provides:

·         A single source of environmental information for Norfolk

·         Collation of available data for Norfolk

·         Validation and evaluation of these data

·         Identification of gaps in knowledge – taxonomic, geographical and temporal

·         A permanent and secure location for data

·         Improved flow of data from individual recorders to users at both local and national levels

·         Quick and easy access to information for all

 

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News

Coastal Bioblitz Results Map - click here!!

 

We would like to inform you that over the Christmas period the NBIS office will be closed from Wednesday 20th of December 2017. We will be open again on Monday 8th January 2018.

 We will get back to you regarding you enquiry as soon as possible on our return.

 

Submit Brecks wildlife records here

The November E-Bulletin ("Biodiversity News in Norfolk"): available to DOWNLOAD NOW (01/12/17)

Download and read no. 70 here. 

You can also fill in our reader survey for the E-bulletin here.

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A collection of interesting biodiversity news from November (01/11/17)

House in the middle of M62 motorway to be transformed into 'wildlife haven' http://www.independent.co.uk/environment/motorway-farm-stotts-hill-yorkshire-wildlife-haven-a8037261.html

EU ban on bird imports sees 'massive' cuts in global trade                      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-42068258

How does a red squirrel cross the road? One French local authority thinks it has the answer http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/10/28/does-red-squirrel-cross-road-one-french-local-authority-thinks/

Galapagos finches caught in act of becoming new species                      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-42103058

Blue Planet is back! Here are 10 amazing facts about Norfolk nature      http://www.edp24.co.uk/features/10-facts-you-may-not-know-about-nature-in-norfolk-1-5255570

Giant lizards are thriving on Borneo's oil palm plantation  http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/giant-lizards-are-thriving-on-borneos-oil-palm-plantations-a8015036.html

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Coastal Bioblitz - Map

The map below shows all the records (coloured as red squares or circles) sent in to the survey so far. The page updates every 10 minutes. If you click on a record, details of the record are displayed below the map.**Please note that this function may currently not work for some browsers - please use Firefox**

    Online recording questionnaire - County Wildlife Action

    We are very keen to find out what you think of our online recording facility!

    It would really help if you could take a few moments to complete and submit this short questionnaire so we can gauge what we could do to improve it.  The system is a very new format for us to receive records, so any constructive comments or thoughts will really help us improve the system for the future.

    Online recording questionnaire - Churchyards Survey

    We are very keen to find out what you think of our online recording facility!

    It would really help if you could take a few moments to complete and submit this short questionnaire so we can gauge what we could do to improve it.  The system is a very new format for us to receive records, so any constructive comments or thoughts will really help us improve the system for the future.

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