Green-veined white Butterfly by Natalie Harmsworth

Species Records Update

The TWIC database currently holds almost 3.25 million species records! Last financial year we entered 277,403 records, including 16,610 records…

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Species Distribution Maps (SDM) can now be requested from TWIC

A new map product is now available from TWIC: Species Distribution Maps (SDMs) – Species Presence and Species Abundance. An…

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Buff-tailed bumblebee (Bombus terrestris), East Lothian by Natalie Harmsworth

TWIC welcomes Eileen Rutherford to the team

We are delighted to welcome Eileen Rutherford as part-time Business Administrator at TWIC. Eileen recently moved back to the Scottish…

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We are hiring!

We are currently seeking a well organised and supportive Business Administrator who will be responsible for the financial and administrative…

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Lime tree (Tilia) winter twig. Photo by Natalie Harmsworth.

Privacy Policy

We have updated our Privacy Policy. To view a copy of our updated policy click here (PDF, 4 pages, 53.6 KB)….

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Thanks a million – 3,000,000 actually!!

While Covid-19 casts its shadow over all our lives, it seems more important than ever to have something to celebrate…

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Sarah Eno presenting the Bob Saville award to Sarah Adamson (ENHS) at the TWIC (The Wildlife Information Centre) Conference, SRUC Oatridge, November 2019

Edinburgh Natural History Society receives the Bob Saville Award

The recent TWIC Autumn Conference held at Oatridge College on Saturday 30 November saw the presentation of the Bob Saville…

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Photo by Mike Beard

Book now for TWIC Autumn Conference and AGM 2019

Nature enthusiasts, recorders and students are all invited to book a seat for our TWIC Autumn Conference, to be held…

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New GIS and Data Officer – Claudia Caporusso

TWIC has appointed Claudia Caporusso to be the new GIS & Data Officer. Claudia comes to TWIC from the University…

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Fieldfare by Teresa Reynolds (CC BY-SA 3.0 (

2.75 million records!

On Wednesday 8 May 2019, upload of a batch of bird data from the East Lothian Council Ranger Service pushed…

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