Tell us of any species you have seen while out and about in the Belfast Hills.
In Northern Ireland we have lost over 50 species during the last century, with many more species and habitats in danger of disappearing, especially at the local level. You can read the latest State of Nature report for a more in-depth examination of current biodiversity across the province.
Conservation projects, such as those carried out by Belfast Hills Partnership, can have a positive impact on nature and the wider environment. Therefore, it is important for site managers to know what wildlife has been spotted and where. This ensures that site management is appropriate to species needs.
We need you to tell us of any species you have seen while out and about in the Belfast Hills so we can record the information and provide for that species in years to come. This can be done through the Centre for Environmental Data and Recording (CEDaR). Please click on the link below and follow the instructions given.