Latest Welsh wildlife news.
Cofnod has been making wildlife data count across North Wales since 2005. Our latest achievement has been to reach 3 million records on our species database. To celebrate this we'd like to introduce you to 3 recently recorded species and tell you their story and how the records found their way to us...
TV presenter and naturalist Chris Packham is to come to North Wales, as part of the first independent audit of its kind in the UK involving Citizen Science. His goal is to highlight the extent to which the nation’s species are under threat.
The North Wales Curlew Action Group need you to report sightings of this highly endangered bird during the breeding season (April-July) in North Wales to assess their numbers and improve their conservation.
We would like you to report where you've seen or heard Curlew. More details are available on the Curlew Cymru project page which Cofnod have set up in time for World Curlew Day on 21st April
Cofnod will be involved with Chris Packham's UK Bioblitz on the 20th July 2018 at Cemlyn,
Great Orme and
Pensychnant Nature Reserve
Please come along to these events to support this national project
Please visit Chris's website to see more details on this project.
Are you a group or project focused on reducing the risks and impacts associated with invasive non-native species in a locality?
If so, consider registering your group as a Local Action Group (LAG).
Welsh wildlife newsletter (#122), now ready to download.
Here is the programme for Flintshire BSBI outings in 2018. All meetings are on Saturdays and start at 10am unless otherwise advised.
Cofnod, Intec, Ffordd y Parc, Parc Menai,
Bangor, Gwynedd. LL57 4FG