List of apps
The Biological Records Centre has collaborated with a number of recording schemes and mobile app developers to launch a range of smartphone apps in the past 5 years. These apps provide identification resources and aim to make it easy to submit wildlife records. The sightings go to iRecord, allowing recorders to see all their observations in one place.
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Contribute your wildlife sightings with GPS acquired coordinates, photos, descriptions and other important information that can contribute to nature conservation, planning, research and education.
|Flower-Insect Timed Count (FIT Count) App||UK Pollinator Monitoring Scheme||
Spend ten minutes watching flowers and insects in good weather! Help assess changes in abundance of broad groups (e.g. bumblebees, hoverflies) of wild pollinators, from April to September.
Wherever you see butterflies, you can help us discover how they're faring by recording your sightings with the iRecord Butterflies app.
|Asian Hornet Watch||iRecord||
Asian Hornet Watch is an app designed to identify, record and help with the early detection of the non-native Asian Hornet in the UK following the first confirmed record in September 2016.
Record algal blooms to help inform local authorities and relevant health agencies of potential public health risks and aid the EA & SEPA in bloom management and prevention in the future
|iRecord Grasshoppers||Grasshoppers and Related Insects||
Photos, information & sound files to help identify and record the grasshoppers and crickets you find, with heterodyne "bat recorder" and live sonograms feature.
|ButterflyCount App||European Butterfly Monitoring Scheme website||
Contribute to butterfly conservation by providing important information on where different species occur and the numbers found in different places across Europe.
|iMammalia App||iMammalia App website||
Designed to encourage recording of mammals in the wild. Records will be verified by experts and made available to help with mapping the distribution of European mammals.
|European Ladybirds||European Ladybirds||
The European Ladybird Survey aims to encourage the recording of ladybirds across Europe.
|Dynamic Dunescapes||Dynamic Dunescapes website||
By identifying and recording plant species, you can help scientists and conservationists protect and restore biodiverse sand dune habitats in England and Wales, using this app.
|Rare Arable Flowers||iRecord||
The Rare Arable Flowers app aims to support UK-wide monitoring of this important group of species and help to inform efforts for their conservation.
|What's Flying Tonight App||
An app developed in partnership with Butterfly Conservation and UKMoths, to help you identify what moths you see, based on your location and the date.