Introduction to recording

Wildlife recording is an interesting way of accessing information on the flora and fauna in a certain area. This is usually done in survey format but records can be entered by anybody as long as four simple forms of data are included:
-WHO saw it
-WHAT you saw
-WHERE you saw it
-WHEN it was seen
 
If the above criteria are satsified then you can record your data on this site. Further information on growth development stage of the surveyed organism, co-ordinates of the exact location, and other information can further enhance the validity of the record, however, this is not always necessary.
 
If you are unsure in identifying what you are looking at then why not take a photograph and attach it to your recording?
 
This website welcomes all recordings, from single sightings to group surveys, as long as it has been captured in or around one of the University of Liverpool campus sites. For a list of campus sites an their location please select from the Campus Locations tab on the main menu.
 
For further information on how to input a wildlife sighting at www.bioliv.co.uk please download our How To guide, found in the Resources and Links tab of the Main Menu.