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Conservation Work

KMBRC-supplied data and partnership working is supporting and informing local through to international wildlife conservation projects.

Our rapidly growing database of wildlife records (+9 million) comes from a wide variety of sources - from members of the public recording the birds in their gardens, through to the detailed results of specialist ecological surveys. Data exchange agreements are also held with local recording groups across Kent and their local experts support KMBRC both through their willingness to share their data and in terms of their input validating and verifying records.

Recent conservation project partners have included:

Kent Wildlife Trust

The Bumblebee Conservation Trust

Natural England

Environment Agency

Kent Nature Partnership


Forest Research

Darwin Institute for Conservation

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