British Dragonfly Society

Your records are essential to the work of the British Dragonfly Society. They provide much of the scientific basis for our knowledge, helping us to find out where and when dragonflies occur. For example, mapping records can reveal changes in species’ ranges. Your records also help us to identify and monitor important sites and to steer conservation priorities.

Scope:
Dragonfly
Taxonomy:
Insect
Habitat:
Farmland, Grassland, Heathland, Towns and Gardens, Plantation and Orchard, Upland, Wetland, Streams and Rivers and Woodland
Country:
Britain
Region:
Britain
Organisations:
British Dragonfly Society
Contact:
David Hepper (Records Co-ordinator)
How to take part:
Sightings can be submitted all year

How to get involved

There is a simple record form and multiple form: If you have noticed a particular dragonfly species and wish to submit a single record, use this form. Even if you have not submitted records before this form is designed to be easy to use and guides you through each step. It gathers all the basic information that constitutes a valid dragonfly record.

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