Wyn Hughes will introduce you to these fascinating protozoans. The course will cover their biology, sampling methods, photomicroscopy and identification. Their existence since the Cambrian has enabled their use for age and depositional environmental interpretation, and living forms are today being used as indicators of environmental health.
This event will give delegates an opportunity to learn of collecting and identification techniques, old and new, which are being employed by biological recorders in Wales and the value of biological records to current evidence needs.
The event will appeal to biological recorders, students and professionals from organisations working in conservation within Wales.
The afternoon session will consist of a series of classroom and field based workshops together with a parallel discussion session exploring ways of encouraging new recorders and supporting biological recording in the future.
A number of places will be reserved for students. The event presents opportunities to get a taste of practical skills and where students might gain further skills and experience volunteering with organisations in the sector.
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This year's event will be held in Bangor. Visit the BSBI website to book.
Please find attached the third Invasive Non-native Species Group newsletter by the Wales Biodiversity Partnership. Articles on the Invasive Alien Species Order 2019, a Crassula biological control trial in Llanelli, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Evidence and Research Needs (BEERN) Projects, latest news, events and more.
This introductory course will provide you with the skills and knowledge to undertake reptile surveys and is aimed at those working in consultancy or conservation. Part classroom - part field based. £25. contact Mandy Cartwright to book.
Cofnod, Intec, Ffordd y Parc, Parc Menai,
Bangor, Gwynedd. LL57 4FG