NEWWildlife is running a series of free activities as part of the Trefnant Nature Time project. We'd love for you to join us to learn about local wildlife and help look after Trefnant's local nature reserve!
CIEEM and Woodland Trust event (open to all).
A tour of the Woodland Trust's Llennyrch Farm, organised by the Welsh Section Committee. The 550acre site forms part of the Meirionnydd Oakwoods and Bat Sites SAC and is an important link within the landscape.
Vist their website to book.
So, you’re interested in knowing the names of trees and shrubs in North Wales, but don’t know where to start. You don’t want to go on anything too intense or technical, but just want a few pointers to get you started with the common species.
Well, in that case the Cofnod Beginners’ Tree Identification Course is for you. This jargon-free course will be run in the woodlands of Parc Menai where we’ll encounter trees typical of the area.
You’ll learn to recognise different trees and shrubs from their leaves, bark and general shape. Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided and there’s plenty of parking and toilets on-site.
Please visit the NWWT website for more details on these events.
This simple survey will allow you to do a mini health check on your pond, find out what is currently thriving under the surface and learn a bit more about what species you find.
Visit their website for details on how to get involved.
The Wales Biodiversity Partnership is offering a small grant to all Vice County Recorders in Wales. This can be used towards the purchase of identification books, keys, CDs, or other small equipment.
A claim can be up to £25, and may only be claimed once in each financial year (Claims for 2017-18 must be submitted by 21st March 2018).
All meetings aim to explore the flora of under-recorded tetrads and contribute towards Atlas 2020 as well as improving our plant ID and of course having fun! Expect to finish around 4:00/4:30pm.
Cofnod, Intec, Ffordd y Parc, Parc Menai,
Bangor, Gwynedd. LL57 4FG