Kent and Medway Biological Records Centre

Introduction

Bombus pratorum

Bombus pratorum


©Lee Manning
The Records Centre is not primarily an educational organisation, however we do acknowledge that recording wildlife often throws up new challenges as people are constantly learning new identification techniques or surveying skills for instance.

This part of the website will introduce some of the ways the BRC can support local societies, schools and individuals who want to begin recording or learn new skills to help them improve their recording. It will also provide you with some background information and highlight some aspects of Kent's communities and environments that we are involved in.

Events

Don't miss the exciting wildlife events, study days and conferences around the County. Something for everyone, whatever age!

KMBRC and the Community

Find out about KMBRC's work with the community, from the annual "Kent Goes Wild! " weekend to our work with local schools and societies.

Presentations

The KMBRC can provide an informal presentation or activity session to your school, group or organisation on a variety of wildlife and recording orientated subjects. Find out more here.

Environmental Crime

Find out about the role of the new Rural and Environmental Crime Coordinator, PC Andrew Small, who is working to develop partnerships to tackle Wildlife, Environmental, Heritage and Coastal Issues.

Legislation

Learn more about protected species legislation and designated sites in Kent.

Volunteering

Find out about volunteering with KMBRC and other organisations.

Biodiversity

What is Biodiversity, and why is it important?

Publicity & Promotion

Download issues of the KMBRC Newsletter, request a recording pack or organise a presentation by a KMBRC staff member for your local school or club.