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Hornet
31/08/2021 at SJ3756

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Royal Fern
entered on 21/09/2021 at 2.15 PM

Top 5 recently recorded

  • Non-mover 1: Red Squirrel
  • Non-mover 2: Grey Squirrel
  • Non-mover 3: Devil's-bit Scabious
  • Non-mover 4: Common Lizard
  • New Entry 5: Southern Hawker

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We are currently involved with the following projects. Click for more information.

Cwlwm Seiriol
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Curlew Cymru Project
North Wales Mammal Group
A Swift Recovery
North East Wales Coastal Water Vole Recovery Project
Welsh Sea Watchers Project
Great Crested Newt Monitoring
Recording Tree Bumblebees
Wales Amphibian & Reptile Atlas
Denbigh Plum Project
Record an Alien
Record a Hedgehog
Bog Asphodel (Narthecium ossifragum) © Allan Brandon © Allan Brandon
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Online Course: "How to Record" Moths (22/09/2021; 10:00-11:30 am)

Charles Aron, Anglesey Vice-County moth recorder, will introduce you to moth recording in North Wales. This online Zoom course is suitable for beginners. You’ll learn how to increase the quality of th...Click to view more

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