Identify species

Identify the flowers you find on our walks using the Botanical Society of the British Isles wildflower identifier

If you have a smart phone, you can try the Pl@ntNet App – it’s free to download and it’s a tool you can use to help identify plant species by taking photos of them and matching to photos already in the database. The aim is for individual naturalists to share their observations of wild plants – you can do this on their website too. Find out more on the Pl@ntNet website

For specific information about the NE of England go to their Flora of NE England page.

The Wildlife Trusts of Durham and Northumberland also have lots of useful information, including a species identifier

Spotted an unusual bird? Try the RSPB bird identifier

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