Lots of news on North Wales Odonata events across the region.
North Wales Wildlife Trust and the British Dragonfly Society will be organizing an identification workshop on Wednesday 17th May, meeting 1.30pm at Holt Cross (outside Cleopatra's Coffee Shop) Holt, Wrexham. They'll be walking the river bank looking for newly emerged adults and exuviae, and discussing the biology and ecology of this amazing species!
Hope to see you there!
It is the time of year when there is a soft green drift through the tree canopy which is oh so very beautiful. This miracle happens every year, so why come again?
You are invited to join Iliff for a walk in his primeaval woodland to see the amazing diversity of colours of the spring flowers.
Planning for mammal events and a talk by Dr Craig Shuttleworth on Red Squirrel ecology in Wales.
Learn how to identify British mammals from their bones. Led by Ric Morris.
ENI Field Centre, Talacre.
NEWWildlife is running a series of free activities as part of the Trefnant Nature Time project.
Are you a birder living in, or near, North West Wales? There's a BTO Cymru event at RSPB Malltraeth Marsh on Saturday 29th April, at 10:30 am. It’s a warm welcome to all birders young and old, new or experienced.
This will be a relaxed event where participants will be updated on BTO’s activities across Wales, provide some free training, a friendly quiz, and (weather permitting) a bit of birding. It is open to all existing members and volunteers, and anybody new who wants to get involved with the BTO for the first time.
Welcome to all for this year's programme. No need to reserve a place, but please communicate about car-sharing. You do not need to be a member of the BSBI, just interested in plants and understand that you come at your own risk.
This year we will be getting to under-recorded tetrads, or to be more precise tetrads where there are no records! All of them are in the far west or the deep south of the county.
Bat numbers in the UK have declined dramatically over the last century. You can help to monitor how the UK's bats are currently faring by taking part in the Bat Conservation Trust's National Bat Monitoring Programme surveys which involve observing these fascinating mammals in your local area. Anyone can take part, from beginners to experts. From simple bat spotting surveys to bat detector surveys and counts at roosts, there is something for volunteers of all experience levels to get out and enjoy.
Visit their website for more information on how to take part.
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