Welcome to the Guernsey Biological Records Centre

The Guernsey Biological Records Centre is run by Environment Guernsey on behalf of the two partners,  La Société Guernesiaise and the States of Guernsey. The centre works with a wide range of organisations, individuals and government bodies to provide information about the species and habitats found in our islands. It collates, manages and stores data that describes our local biodiversity and forms an evidence base to which decision makers can refer when making decisions which may impact on wildlife or wildlife habitat.

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Great Black-backed Gull               dolphins

We have produced new marine species sightings forms with Jessi Jennings and Paul Veron of La Société Guernesiaise and these are available under the ‘get involved’ menu. These can be filled in online or on your computer or tablet and emailed to us. Alternatively you could use ‘submit a record’ online if that is more convenient.

 

Submit a record

Map of recording area Click here to enter your records online

Recent News

Buoy barnacles washed up on the West coast

Buoy barnacles washed up on the West coast

July 31st, 2015

Buoy Barnacles have washed up on the west coast  in large numbers this week[...]

What is your cat bringing in?

What is your cat bringing in?

June 12th, 2015

We have remarkably few records and NO pictures of our local small mammals. Please let us know what your cat is catch[...]

House Martins

House Martins

June 12th, 2015

These are now very rare locally and we would love to know where they are nesting. Please let us know if you spot any[...]

Mole Crickets

Mole Crickets

April 29th, 2015

We have received several records of these rare and aptly-named insects this year. Our thanks to Fran Torode for the [...]