Important: if you use this site regularly, please remember to login. This will give you access to the My Records report which allows you to manage your data. What did you see? Species: * Tip - add an asterisk (*) before the species name if you want to search for part of the name e.g. *porpoise will return both common and harbour porpoise. If you can't find the species using the common name, try using the scientific name. Click on the species you want to choose.) Certainty: Certain Likely Uncertain Abundance: Provide an indication of the abundance. Determiner: If you have had an expert confirm the identification of a record please add their name in the 'Determiner' field. This will help when the record is being verified. Date of sighting (required): * It is recommended you only use the following facility if you want to protect the location of this species.Sensitivity Is the record sensitive? Blur record to:none Blur to 100m Blur to 1km Blur to 2km Blur to 10km Blur to 100km This is the precision that the record will be shown at for public viewing Photos: Overall comment: Your details First name: * Last name: * Email: * We will only use your email address if we need to contact you about your record.If you are logged into the system, please do not lock these values. The information will be auto-filled from your account profile. Telephone Number: Name(s) of any additional recorder(s): Please provide the spatial reference and site name for the record. Search for a place on the map:This gives us an approximate grid reference for the location. We'll then move the map so that you can click on it to provide an accurate position for the record(s). Spatial reference: * Irish GridWGS84 (decimal lat,long) By clicking on the map the spatial reference will autofill. The more you zoom in, the more accurate the grid reference. Site name: * For example the nearest town, village, park, nature reserve etc. Please do not enter a postal address as the information you provide will be visible to others. Notes about using the map: use the + sign on the right hand side of the map to change the base mapping used from maps to satellite images or OpenStreetMap maps.To create an accurate and useful record, use your mouse to drag the area of interest to the centre of the map window and use the zoombar on the left hand side to zoom in tight to the area where you made the sighting. When you have zoomed in, click on the location - this will autofill the Spatial Reference box.