Are you thinking about becoming a Transect walker?
Why do we monitor?
Where does the data go?
Why walk transects?
What's involved in doing a transect?
Would you like to know more?
Take a look at our video which covers identification skills as well as the transect walking technique called the Pollard walk HERE or watch here:
To start your journey go to UKBMS .
There is an annual get together of all recorders get a chance to talk about their transects and share experience see HERE
If you want to know more about where our transects are and where we are short see below.
Where do we walk?
Is there more than one type of Transect?
How many do we walk?
We need more transects so where are the priorities?
The map below shows areas of Yorkshire where we really need more transects. They include the North York Moors and Clevelands Hills, the Wolds , the Magnesian limestone ridge, the Aire, Wharfe and Nidd Valleys , the coal measures and the Dark Peak. The priority areas contain suggestions for sites. Have a look and see if there is one near you or maybe you know somewhere interesting close by where you live which is within one of the priority area shown below. In which case do please be in contact with our transect co-ordinator
NB Volunteers are always needed on the Yorkshire Dales National Park and on the North York Moors