Swifts are the sound of summer. Sadly their population is declining. This workshop, organised by the Welsh Section Committee of CIEEM, will give you the tools and information to ensure that swifts are not overlooked when it comes to developments.
This questionnaire is to gauge interest/content for a proposed QGIS workshop. The workshop will not be a formal course; as such it would not be suitable for those unfamiliar with QGIS (or beginners). It will give people the opportunity to exchange QGIS tips and methods with each other.
To this end we'd like to understand what people would like to learn from this event and crucially what tips they could share/demonstrate at the workshop. This will allow us to plan the day and schedule topics in a logical way, ensuring no duplication.
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Moss and liverwort meetings throughout North Wales. All events start at 10am.
This is pond-dipping for adults!
Free all-day event.
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.
A wide range of affordable invertebrate ID courses available at Preston Montford and other venues this year.
See what the findings from the National Plant Monitoring scheme are telling us.
Why not get involved in this UK-wide project - there are plenty of available squares to survey!
Visit their website to get involved.
Ever wondered what species of bat is visiting your garden, workplace, or local park?
You may remember that NWWT ran a pilot bat detector loan scheme last autumn in partnership with the Bat Conservation Trust called 'Understanding Our Environment / Deallt Ecosystemau'. This NRW-funded project is now being fully rolled out to the public this season in the counties of Anglesey, Gwynedd, Conwy (west of the River Conwy only, sorry!) and in Pembrokeshire as part of BCT's Monitoring Programme in 2019. NWWT are one of 3 loan centres in North Wales, the others being the Snowdonia National Park offices in Penrhyndeudraeth and Anglesey Council in Llangefni Library. For further background on the project and instructions how to book them out, please visit
Cofnod, Intec, Ffordd y Parc, Parc Menai,
Bangor, Gwynedd. LL57 4FG