We are particularly interested in our 'indicator species' - animals and plants that have been chosen to represent all the important habitats in Havering

Please follow the steps below

1. Where (one option per form) tick which site from the lists of places in Havering you wish to report on

2. What  (multiple possible) tick for any of the indicator species you have seen

3. When (one year per species) select the most recent date that you saw this species at this site

4. How many (one entry per species) enter the number of individuals seen most recently at this site or for plants describe abundance from the drop down e.g. dominant cover (90-100%), abundant (70-89%), frequent (40-69%), occassional (10-13%), rare (less than 9%), one plant.

5. Other comments (optional) e.g. interesting behaviour

6. Submit - and start again with another site

Click on the image of any species to open the ID fact sheet for this species in a new browser page.

Records are entered into the Greenspace Information for Greater London CIC (GiGL) database on behalf of the London Borough of Havering and Havering Wildlife Partnership.  GiGL asks for your contact details should they wish to follow up your sighting now or in the future.  Records are available to Havering, HWP and via GiGL for other users who have signed data use agreements for their own work. Species data (which may be accompanied by your name but no other personal details) will be uploaded to the National Biodiversity Network Atlas by GiGL.  

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Thank you for your contribution.


Please select one place you would like to report indicator species for, from the appropriate list



































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Now, press next to (optionally) load photographs and submit your records for this site

Photographs by Alan Williams, David Monniaux, Karen Harper, Ken King, Reston Kilgour, Robert Welham, Noel Zia Lee, northeastwildlife.co.uk and members of Havering Wildlife Project.  Fact sheets designed and edited by Tony Gunton (2013) with text and photographs from Havering Wildlife Partnership and as credited.