2019 list of Isle of Wight local recorders
Helen has been working with Red Squirrels since 1991 and runs Wight Squirrel Project which focuses on monitoring, research, caring for sick, injured and baby squirrels. Helen is also chair for the IW Red Squirrel Trust which concentrates on educational and practical conservation tasks.
|PO Box 33, Ryde, IW, PO33 1BN
tel : 611003
Wight Squirrels sightings online recording page
||Bats, Flowering plants and Ferns
Colin is the BSBI Isle of Wight recorder for vascular plants and he also covers lichens and fungi.
|tel : 611591
Robin has been an Isle of Wight birder since 1972 as has returned to the recorder role after a short break! He is also interested in many other aspects of Island natural and local history.
|17 Waterhouse Moor, Harlow, Essex, CM18 6BA
tel: 07487 577 103e: firstname.lastname@example.org
||Mammals (except Marine mammals), Reptiles & Amphibians
Richard is a chartered ecologist who has spent over 30 years working to increase our knowledge about the mammals of the Isle of Wight to aid their conservation, both by commissioning studies and working with landowners and like-minded organisations.
|tel : 721252 e: email@example.com|
Andy has a lifelong passion for wildlife and butterflies are a particular interest of his. He has carried out many surveys including monitoring the populations of Glanville Fritillaries around the coast. His small coastal garden is a magnet for a surprisingly large number of butterflies.
|tel : 854925 e: firstname.lastname@example.org|
| Iain Outlaw
Iain started moth trapping after moving to the Island in 2011 with it quickly becoming an obsession! Iain took on the role of County Moth Recorder in 2014 and is always happy to assist with identifying moths and encourage others to get involved.
| Jim Baldwin
||Dragonflies & Damselflies (Odonata) and
Jim joined the team in 2017 and hopes to encourage more people to report their records and to help with identification queries. Jim is also the IW BTO (British Trust for Ornithology) Regional Representative and participates in butterfly and red squirrel surveys while he also enjoys recording moths.
|21 Hillcrest Road, Rookley, IW, PO38 3PB
tel: 721137 e:email@example.com
||Bees, Wasps & Ants (Hymenoptera), Flies (Diptera), Grasshoppers and Crickets (Orthoptera)
Adam is a consultant entomologist with particular interests in bees, wasps and flies.
|tel : 856319
||Bugs (Hemiptera/Homoptera), Gall-causing organisms
David specialises in a variety of groups but in particular, plant galls and the various causative organisms – micro-moths, bugs, micro-fungi as well as Hemiptera (half-wings)
|Plum Tree Cottage, Albert Road, Gurnard, IW, PO31 8JU
tel : 292595
||Freshwater & Marine groups, Marine mammals
Roger is a marine biologist at Bournemouth University and has interests in seaweeds, invertebrates and fish. He has also worked on freshwater invertebrates, particularly mayflies, stoneflies and caddis flies.
|tel : 521040
|David Biggs & Colin Pope||Fungi||As above|
|No recorder at present||Lichens|
|No recorder at present||Mosses and Liverworts (Bryophytes)|
|General enquiries to||IW Local Records Centre||Seaclose Offices, Fairlee Road, Newport, IW
tel: 821000 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Species Database, managed by the Society’s Recording Committee||e: email@example.com|