Dr Lorna Shaw MCIEEM - Biological Records Officer

Lorna Shaw manages the Essex Wildlife Trust Biological Records Centre and represents Essex at the East of England records centre forum. She works within the Landscape Conservation team at the Trust, and deals with partnership agreements, database management, data collation, and planning and carrying out of practical survey work for the Trust. She is also a guest lecturer at Essex University and runs a number of Essex Wildlife Trust courses on biological recording and surveying.


Prior to joining Essex Wildlife Trust in 2010, Lorna completed a PhD on the ecology of urban birds at the University of Exeter's Centre for Ecology and Conservation in Cornwall, in collaboration with the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO).


Dana Knollova - Biological Records Assistant

Dana has worked for the Essex Wildlife Trust Biological Records Centre since April 2016 and prior to that for Essex Wildlife Trust's consultancy arm EECOS. Dana deals with data search enquiries for the Records Centre. To request a data search please email Dana works 2.5 days per week.