Welcome to: EcoRecord
the Ecological Database for the Black
Country and Birmingham
information on over 7,000 sites, including their status (e.g.
Site of Special Scientific Interest, Local Nature Reserve,
Site of Importance for Nature Conservation) their habitats,
geological interest and their known species (the database
contains over 270,000 species records).
The database is combined with a powerful Geographical
Information System (GIS) to provide the most up-to-date,
authoritative and impartial information available on the
ecology of the Black Country and Birmingham.
Information can be provided in the form of maps, tables,
lists and reports interpreting this data.
Disclaimer: The information supplied by EcoRecord is only as
good as that supplied to it. Although all efforts have been
made to include the most up-to-date information on this site,
be held responsible for any misunderstanding caused by errors
or omissions within the pages.
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EcoRecord is operated by the Wildlife Trust for
Birmingham and the Black Country and JDT (Mott-MacDonald)
on behalf of Birmingham City Council and the Metropolitan
Boroughs of Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton.