Rare bee spotted in Ebbw Vale!
Upgrade of the Wales wide LERC database launched
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South East Wales Biodiversity Records Centre (SEWBReC) is the centre for the collation, management and dissemination of biodiversity data for South East Wales. Our aim is to make appropriate local biodiversity information available to all those who need it, to help ensure that decisions which affect local biodiversity are made using best available data.
We achieve this aim by:
We currently hold over 3 million species records and are constantly working to improve the quality and quantity of our data holdings.
The geographical area covered by SEWBReC is shown on the map below, or download this map to see our coastal boundary. The below map will also link to contact details for neighbouring Local Records Centres in Wales and England. If you need to know which LRC covers your area, try using the Welsh LRC finder tool.
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