New iRecord user guide

The new iRecord user guide

 

A comprehensive iRecord user guide is now available. This has been written by Steve Garland, based on an earlier training manual from 2013 but bringing it fully up to date. We are very grateful to Steve for making this available.

For more details and to download the user guide go via the Help menu, or direct to this link.

Welcome to iRecord...

... a site for managing and sharing your wildlife records.

Recording in the field

Photo © Pete Boardman

The goal of iRecord is to make it easier for wildlife sightings to be collated, checked by experts and made available to support research and decision-making at local and national levels.  Join iRecord now to share your sightings with the recording community, explore dynamic maps and graphs of your data and make a real contribution to science and conservation.

Please log in or register to get started.  You can submit records without logging in, but many of the site’s facilities will not be available unless you are logged in.

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