Example of a data request
HBIC can provide details of the following within a search area:
- Statutory and non-statutory sites
Statutory sites designated by Natural England. Include:
- Sites of Special Scientific interest (SSSI)
- Special Areas of Conservation (SAC)
- Special Protection Areas (SPA)
- RAMSAR sites (wetlands of international importance)
- National Nature Reserves (NNR)
- Local Nature reserves (LNR)
Non-statutory sites include:
- Sites of Importance for Nature Conservation (SINCs)
- sites listed in the Ancient Woodland Inventory
- Road Verges of Ecological Importance
- sites listed in the Solent Waders and Brent Goose Strategy 2010 (also available on CD)
- Habitat and land use mapping
These are maps showing the UK Priority (Section 41 NERC Act 2006) and broad habitats within a search area. See HBIC UK priority and broad habitats legend for GIS for a list of the habitats and their map symbols.
- Protected and notable species
A list of species that are legally protected or otherwise notable within Hampshire. It includes species that are listed in:
- Section 41 of NERC Act 2006
- Schedules 1, 5 and 8 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (as amended)
- IUCN Lists
- European directives
- other species with national or county rarity and scarce status
See the HBIC protected and notable species statuses guidance for more information.
Species records are listed by taxonomic group and scientific name, and include common names, site locations and grid references, dates of last recorded sightings, the number of records and a summary of any legal protection and conservation statuses.
- Invasive non-native species
A list of invasive non-native species:
- listed in Schedule 9 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981, as amended (excluding barn owls)
- highlighted by the GB non-native species secretariat
- other problem species highlighted by Hampshire experts
Species records are listed by taxonomic group and scientific name, and include common names, site locations and grid references, dates of last recorded sightings and the number of known records.
- Single species distribution map
We are able to provide a distribution map of any species not deemed as sensitive by the recording groups.
This product is suitable for:
- identifying gaps in recording effort
- identifying errors in grid references
- developing species atlases
Due to the production time, these maps are not routinely provided.
- Site survey reports
There are sites for which HBIC holds detailed survey information. They are known as biosites. Copies of these ecological survey reports can be provided.