Are you interested in finding out more about wildlife? If so, volunteers are needed to help with national or locally run surveys. Sometimes training is available as part of these but our calendar also has details of other training courses, which may help improve your species identification and survey skills. Use the search facility to choose between Surveys , Training , Events or Meetings , or search by date or keywords.
Our calendar is not exhaustive and we need you to send us details of relevant events to keep it up to date. You may also find details of other biodiversity related events on the Wales Biodiversity Partnership website.
Croeso cynnes i bawb. Welcome to all for this year's programme. You do not need to be a member of the BSBI, just interested in plants and understand that you come at your own risk. No need to reserve a place. Lifts usually from Ruthin Rugby Club SJ118 578 please ask for departure times.
This is the last season in which we will be collecting records towards the compilation of the BSBI’s Atlas 2020.
All walks on a Sunday starting 11.00am - unless stated otherwise.
This year we have an interesting range of identification courses on offer. We'll also be helping out at several BioBlitzes across our region and have organised some fantastic locations for Recorders' Day. So please get involved with biological recording - there's something for everybody this year!
Meet at the Memorial Hall, Tyddyn Miriam, Pentraeth, Anglesey, LL75 8AZ.
Conducted as part of the Anglesey Fens Living Landscape project run by the North Wales Wildlife Trust.
Swifts are the sound of summer. Sadly their population is declining. This workshop, organised by the Welsh Section Committee of CIEEM, will give you the tools and information to ensure that swifts are not overlooked when it comes to developments.
Amphibian and Reptile Groups of UK (ARG UK) and Bangor University Herpetological Society, working in partnership with Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (ARC), are proud to announce a third national adder meeting, "Vanishing Viper 2019: A European Perspective on Adder Conservation".
Following on from the successful meeting in 2016 which identified priorities for adder conservation, this meeting aims to identify a practical road map to take us forward. The meeting will address all aspects of adder conservation.
Join us for a free day exploring nature at Glyndwr University Northop Campus. We will have lots of fun family activities while we record as many plants and animals as we can find.
Part of Wales Nature Week 2019
Easter events are RSPB Conwy.
Conservation activities in Snowdonia.
See attachment for more details.
Lots of interesting talks and wildlife/conservation events to attend. Covering subjects as diverse as Greenland Geology, Moths, Drystone Walling and natural crafts.
Volunteer workdays and events for January 2019.
Cofnod, Intec, Ffordd y Parc, Parc Menai,
Bangor, Gwynedd. LL57 4FG