Shetland Biological Records Centre (SBRC)
Biological Records Centre (SBRC) was established in 1998 by
Shetland Amenity Trust.
all available information on Shetland's natural heritage
(including habitats, wildlife sites, and as many species of
animals and plants as possible), and collect new information to
fill gaps in existing knowledge
to provide information for conservation, planning, business,
research, education and the general public
to promote and support systematic biological recording within
to help conserve Shetland's environment, and raise awareness of
its biodiversity, by providing up-to-date and accurate
to help conserve Shetland's geodiversity and to continue to
uphold Shetland's status as a
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Shetland Bird Report
is published annually by the Shetland Bird Club (SBC). The club
was formed in 1973.
SBC's aims are:
to study and record bird life in Shetland
to co-operate with local and national bodies in ornithological
to produce an annual report, to be known as ‘The Shetland Bird
to promote and develop interest in ornithology in Shetland
the conservation of Shetland’s bird life
Membership of SBC costs £10 and includes a copy of the report. For
details contact Rory Tallack,
North Garden, Bixter, ZE2 9NA
(click on name to e-mail).
Copies of the report can be
obtained from Rob Fray,
Sunnydell, Virkie, Shetland, ZE3 9JS (click on name to e-mail). Cost £10
plus £1.40 p&p (in the UK).