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Fife Nature Records Centre is the Local Environmental Records Centre for Fife and Kinross.
We are the centre for the collation, management and dissemination of biodiversity and wildlife data for Fife, holding:
Local Environmental Records Centres are not-for-profit organisations and Fife Nature Records Centre is funded by Fife Council and NatureScot. We are a member of the Association of Local Environmental Records Centres and the National Biodiversity Network. Our data has been gathered by local and national organisations, professionals and members of the public. Records from Fife projects and surveys, and those of other organisations and individuals who have given permission, are made available online via the NBN Atlas Scotland. We also work with many National Recording Schemes to share and verify records.
We aim to provide local biodiversity information to those who need it, which will help support policies and decision-making for protecting and enhancing the natural benefit of the local environment and wildlife. We achieve this by:
Our area is full of natural beauty, covering 179 kilometres of coastline, with cliffs, strandline, sand dunes, saltmarsh and intertidal habitats, from the Forth Estuary in the south to the Tay Estuary in the north. The 3 main rivers are the Eden, Leven and Ore.
Visit Fife Coast and Countryside Trust page to see an interactive map of Fife's routes.
The geographical area covered by Fife Nature Records Centre is shown on the map below.
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