This post provides the strategic lead for data management across NRW. The post holder will lead on finalising and implementing the data strategy through strong project management. They will Chair the Data Strategy Steering Group to manage and oversee this implementation.
Closing date: 31 August 2020.
Purpose of the Post.
•Assist the Service to provide specialist advice on ecology related matters.
•Contribute towards the development and implementation of projects to conserve and promote wildlife and the natural environment.
•Ensure that the people of Gwynedd are at the heart of everything we do.
Closing date – 27 August 2020.
This year's CIEEM Welsh Conference will be online and is entitled "Sustainable Management of Freshwater Resources: Bringing Our Rivers Back to Life". Click on the link to find out more
An Introduction to Pond Life – from Agabus to Zygoptera
In this short course Tristan Hatton-Ellis will introduce pond habitats, which despite their small size are one of the most biodiverse habitats in Wales. The course has a particular focus on garden ponds, their biodiversity, ecology, design and construction (including planting), but also looks at ponds in a wider conservation context.
A virtual festival of farming, food and nature.
4 days (20-23/07/2020) of activities , ideas and discussions focused on farming and land management, sustainable food systems, restoring wildlife and working together towards a greener future for Wales.
Reserves Officer – Amphibians & Access
Full Time – 37.5 hours
Employed by Wild Ground, based in Wrexham.
Closing date: Tuesday 4th August at Midday.
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All too often the hard work and dedication of wildlife recorders is not publicly recognised. To help put this right the annual NBN Awards for Wildlife Recording celebrate the individuals and groups of people that are making outstanding contributions to wildlife recording and improving our understanding of the natural world in the UK.
So, help the NBN find this year's winners and nominate someone you know for one of our Awards.
There are five categories:
NBN Award for Wildlife Recording - Terrestrial (open to individuals 21 years +)
NBN Award for Wildlife Recording - Marine (open to individuals 21 years +)
NBN Group Award (no age restrictions)
NBN Young Person’s Award (open to individuals aged 11-20)
NBN Newcomer Award (open to individuals 21 years +)
Nominating someone is simple, just fill in the short online form explaining how your nominee is making an exceptional contribution to wildlife recording in the UK and that's it. You can even nominate yourself!
Nominations close on 26 July, so please don’t leave it too late.
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