These pages have been created in association with Kent High Weald Partnership
Wildlife records help to build a picture of an area. Over time they tell us the species that are growing in
numbers and those that are declining, helping us to know if we have got our management of the countryside
right, or if we need to change what we are doing. This helps the professionals monitor trends and changes
in our environment, and is especially important in monitoring the health and distribution of
our rarer species.
Lamberhurst residents can assist in this effort by recording observations of local wildlife. Your records
will go to the Kent Wildlife Trust (www.kentwildlifetrust.org.uk)
and the Kent and Medway Biological Records Centre (KMBRC) (www.kmbrc.org.uk).
NB. If you have a little trouble deciding what you have found then you can get help in identifying your species
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Here is a summary of the wildlife observations made by LamberhurstVillage.co.uk members over the last 12 months: