An introductory course on reptile ID and survey. See attachment for further details.
Halkyn Mountain Nature Conservation Group Bioblitz (joint Free event with NWWT; but donations welcome) 10am to 4pm. Sunday 30th June 2019.
Meet at Halkyn Parish Hall; drop in any time during the day for specialist-led guided walks and info about the birds, rocks, wildflowers, butterflies, reptiles and lots more in this special habitat.
Children welcome and kids activities will be run in the Hall. Wear suitable strong shoes/boots and trousers and bring waterproofs. No dogs. Contact Jan Miller for further details.
Moss and liverwort meetings throughout North Wales. All events start at 10am.
2 year contract, 37 hrs per week. Post funded by the Welsh Peatlands Sustainable Management Scheme.
Closing Date: 3 January 2019 10.00 a.m.
Salary: up to £26,470
Location: National Park Office, Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd
As part of NWWT's project to try and address a serious decline in swift populations, North Wales Wildlife Trust is offering a free workshop on swift ecology, conservation, surveying and mitigation measures. It will take place at Plas Tan y Bwlch on Tuesday, February 19th 2019, from 10am – 1pm.
The workshop is aimed at ecologists, consultants, and those involved in biodiversity, monitoring, or environmental assessment. It may also be useful to those who want to take an interest in swifts and their conservation to a higher level. It will include information on how to survey swifts, look for signs of nesting, protect nest sites, and how to assess buildings re suitability for different kinds of nest boxes. We will also share information on some known swift nest sites in N Wales.
Tea and coffee will be served, and parking is available at Plas Tan y Bwlch, which is the Snowdonia National Park Centre near Maentwrog. For information on how to get to Plas Tan y Bwlch click here
For more information on NWWT’s swift project click here
Please let Ben know if you'd like to attend.
At the recent National Biodiversity Network (NBN) Conference (21st November 2018) the four Welsh LERCs (Cofnod, BIS, WWBIC, SEWBReC) were runners-up for the "Lynne Farrell Group Award for Recording Wildlife".
The highlights the innovative systems developed for recorders in Wales and the importance of working together.
Latest news on Welsh wildlife.
The North-East Wales Bird Report 2017 is now available for sale direct from Ian Spence at £5, plus £1.80 p&p.
For those who are not able to buy it directly RSPB Burton Mere Wetlands and RSPB Conwy will hold stocks by late November 2018 - please ask for your copy!
Cofnod, Intec, Ffordd y Parc, Parc Menai,
Bangor, Gwynedd. LL57 4FG