Are you interested in finding out more about wildlife? If so, volunteers are needed to help with national or locally run surveys. Sometimes training is available as part of these but our calendar also has details of other training courses, which may help improve your species identification and survey skills. Use the search facility to choose between Surveys , Training , Events or Meetings , or search by date or keywords.
Our calendar is not exhaustive and we need you to send us details of relevant events to keep it up to date. You may also find details of other biodiversity related events on the Wales Biodiversity Partnership website.
Free course, but booking essential.
Meeting indoors at Eni Field Study Centre, then outdoors in all weathers.
For biosecurity reasons, please bring clean boots and wellies.
All meetings will start at 10.00 am on 4th Thursday of each month, unless otherwise specified.
There is no need to book but it is advisable to let me and/or leaders know if you plan to come in case there are late changes.
Members attend at their own risk. Bring lunch and be equipped for adverse weather conditions and wet, rocky or uneven ground.
Moss and liverwort meetings throughout North Wales. All events start at 10am.
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! All meetings start at 10am and we expect to finish around 4pm, unless otherwise specified.
Outside the Honeypot: wildlife recording in the wider world.
BTO The Nunnery, Thetford.
Thursday 9th May - Saturday 11th May 2019
To book please visit the NFBR website.
Here are this year's meetings. This is the final year of trying to update records for Atlas 2020. Please bring lunch, waterproofs and waterproof boots or wellies. Anyone is welcome and we often see interesting mammals, birds and insects. Meetings start at 10.30am.
This is advance warning that this year's North Wales Wildlife Trust Bird Race will be on Saturday May 11th 2019. Please mark your diary, and join in on the day - after all, why would you want to do anything else?
This will be the 7th year of the Race. Over 50 participants have taken part so far, ranging from bird beginners and babes in arms to some of the top ornithologists in the region. So far, close to 150 species have been recorded on the race across the diverse habitats of NWWT reserves. These include Roseate Tern, Blue-headed Yellow Wagtail, Arctic Skua, Hen Harrier, Short-eared Owl, Ring Ouzel, Lesser Spotted Woodpecker, Osprey, Black Guillemot and Wood Warbler to name just a few.
Visit the website for more details about this week of events.
Also click on the attachment for ideas on how to get involved.
This year we have an interesting range of identification courses on offer. We'll also be helping out at several BioBlitzes across our region and have organised some fantastic locations for Recorders' Day. So please get involved with biological recording - there's something for everybody this year!
An introductory course on reptile ID and survey. See attachment for further details.
Easter events are RSPB Conwy.
Conservation activities in Snowdonia.
See attachment for more details.
Lots of interesting talks and wildlife/conservation events to attend. Covering subjects as diverse as Greenland Geology, Moths, Drystone Walling and natural crafts.
Volunteer workdays and events for January 2019.
Habitat conservation work for amphibians in NE Wales.
Cofnod, Intec, Ffordd y Parc, Parc Menai,
Bangor, Gwynedd. LL57 4FG