Recording Forms & Spreadsheets

We have a selection of forms & spreadsheets available for download.

For repeated visits to a particular site (e.g. garden, nature reserve, local park) use the Site Recording Form.

The Casual Record Form is used to make a note of records from scattered locations.

 

Records can be submitted online via one of the many resources available e.g. UKBMS (Transect Walker & WCBS), iRecord, Garden Butterfly Survey - please use those if you can.

Alternatively, please email completed spreadsheets (.xlsx or .ods) to the County Butterfly Recorder promptly at the end of the season so that your records can be verified and included in our annual county records. (Transect records should be received by 31st October)

Somerset (VC5 & VC6) records to be sent to:   Recorder@somersetbutterflies.org.uk  (click to send email)

 

Site Record Forms

Microsoft Word format (.docx)    Download file

Open Document format (.odt)    Download file

 

Casual Records - Form

Microsoft Word format (.docx)     Download file

 

Casual Records - Spreadsheets

Microsoft Excel format (.xlsx)      Download file

Open Document format (.ods)    Download file

Guide for completing Casual Records spreadsheet (.pdf)    Download file

 

Transect Weekly Recording Forms

(Somerset & Bristol species)

Portable Document format (.pdf)  Download file

Microsoft Excel format (.xlsx)       Download file

Open Document format (.ods)      Download file

Microsoft Word format (.docx)      Download file

 

WCBS Recording Form

Portable Document format (.pdf)  Download file

 

UKBMS (Resources for Transect Recorder)

Please also visit the UKBMS website (Resources page) for Transect forms & information  (click here)

 


File Types / Software

To use the Word (.docx) and Excel (.xlsx) files you will need Microsoft Office software.

OpenDocument format files (.ods & .odt) are suitable for use with the Open Office software (which is free to download & use).   For information regarding this software go to Apache Open Office.  

Portable Document format (.pdf) are recognised by most operating systems, but if necessary you can download a pdf reader (Adobe Reader)