ERIC North East currently holds a database of over 2.6 million records and is working to identify further sources of data and make this accessible.
We can only achieve this work with the help of a vast array of people who share their data with us. This includes members of the voluntary recording community, wildlife groups and societies, as well as organisations who collect ecological data as part of their normal business.
Without their hard work, we would know far less about the natural world than we do today.
If you would like to share your wildlife records with us, please get in touch or have a look at our Frequently Asked Questions below.
News & Events
How to spot our local amphibians
Join NWT and ERIC (NE) for an introduction to local amphibians. Learn how to identify our native amphibian species and find out how you can help protect them by logging your sightings. This evening event will consist of an indoor session at GNM:Hancock followed by a field trip to a local site. Please wear warm, waterproof clothing.
Log your wildlife sightings
Our new wildlife recording portal allows you to record and find out about the wildlife that you see all around you in the North East of England.