HBRG logo. Highland Biological Recording Group
c/o 7 Woodside of Culloden
Scotland, UK.

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The Highland Biological Recording Group was established in 1986 to: About HBRG:
  • stimulate public interest and involvement in biological recording;
  • collect data on Highland wildlife through surveys;
  • publish the results in an annual newsletter and special publications;
  • maintain a directory of local specialists and recorders;
  • transfer data to and from National Recording Schemes.
  • Our geographical base is the Highland Council local authority area, which extends from the north coast of Scotland to Lochaber and the Cairngorms and includes Skye and the Small Isles.
  • We have around 125 members, mostly from Highland.
  • The membership has enormous expertise in most aspects of natural history.
  • We are keen to engage both members and the public at large in our work.
  • We meet twice a year and organise summer field visits.
  • We publish 'Highland Naturalist' with results from the year's surveys every spring.
  • We have published atlases on bumblebees and (with Butterfly Conservation Highland Branch) butterflies, showing the distribution and ecology of these insects in Highland.
  • We are working with SNH to update our records database and make the data available on NBN Gateway. 
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