If we want to save Cothill Pitt we must provide proof of its high ecological value. We all know that there are many wonderful butterflies, flowers and birds on Cothill Pitt. Our task is to make this biodiversity visible for the planning authorities. To do so we need to make a register of species.
You can help us by just taking your camera with you and sending us photos of plants, birds and insects, taken at Cothill Pitt:
STEP 1. Take a photo of the plant/fungi/insect/mammal/reptile/bird.
STEP 2. Fill in the form - write your name, e-mail, comment (if you want to say something specific about the photo).
STEP 3. Press the "Upload" button to choose a photo from your computer and upload it to this web site.
STEP 4. Find the location zone number where the photo was taken on the map and tick a corresponding option below the map.
STEP 5. Press the "Send email" button to submit your ecological record.
You can see your photo and monitor the progress with the species register on this web site. Follow the link to see what plants, insects and birds have already been recorded at Cothill Pitt.
Please note, it may take up to 24 hours to update a species register and add your photos and records to it.
Click below to read the ecological and wildlife report for Cothill Pitt, author Dr Bob Eeles.