Greater Manchester Local Record Centre
Site in Focus
Doffcocker Lodge
Doffcocker LodgeDoffcocker Lodge is a Site of Biological Importance (SBI) and a Local Nature Reserve. The lodge was built as a mill lodge in the late 1800s. Read more here.
Species in Focus
Peregrine Falcon
Peregrine FalconA relatively small, but powerful bird of prey. Found in every continent and country except the Antarctic and New Zealand. The name literally translates as 'wandering falcon'. Evan Powell, Manchester Peregrine Project, authors this article.

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Season in Focus .... Summer
As the temperature starts to rise and the days lengthen, summer gives us the chance to spend an increasing amount of time out of doors connecting with nature and enjoying its wonders.
Submitting Wildlife Records Wildlife Recording Conference 2014 - Find Out What Happened...
RODIS

Your wildlife records are important. Please report your wildlife sightings to us.

You can submit wildlife records ....

RODIS user guide Via RODIS
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Via our basic recording form
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On Saturday the 29th March 2014 Greater Manchester Local Record Centre (GMLRC) held its first wildlife recording conference at The Manchester Museum. It was a rare meeting of around 110 local recorders ranging from absolute beginners to masters in their field. Our brief to the speakers was to inform and enthuse the local recording community. Here is an overview of their presentations, download links and a further opportunity to share your views and keep the conversations going.



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Greater Manchester Districts
From Grey to Green is supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund

From Grey to Green is a project setup to encourage and train local people to identify and record wildlife across Greater Manchester. Learn about our free events and download resources here.

From Grey to Green
Greater Manchester Wildlife Sites Map

Our map shows the status and location of wildlife sites across the ten districts of Greater Manchester. Information is available for a selection of sites on the wildlife that can be seen and the best times to visit.

Greater Manchester Wildlife Sites Map
The Greater Manchester Districts comprise Bolton, Bury, City of Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford and Wigan.
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