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Supporting biological recording since 1964, working with the voluntary recording community.
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UK Pollinator Monitoring Scheme Jul 18
Huge thanks to for adopting the on Jimmy’s Big Bee Count! A great day with and the people of Peterborough to kick start the campaign! Find out more about monitoring here
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NBN Trust Jul 11
There's only one month left to nominate your favourite recorders for - so please hurry, nominations close on 11 August!
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Butterfly Conservation Jul 18
The Big has started! We need your help to spread the word Download the free app or printable ID chart and get out for the count. We want to make 2019 the biggest ever, so please retweet! 🦋
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BRC Jul 15
The NPMS is a structured project that might not be suitable for your purposes. Perhaps using the app would be one possibility? Records contribute generally to ecological monitoring, and will head to the too
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Michael Pocock Jul 12
Impressed by the breadth of this paper on designing . In depth analysis of ecology, statistics and volunteers. by .
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Helen Roy Jul 15
Wonderful to have the opportunity to share some of exciting biodiversity monitoring research with our visitors from Cyprus
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NPMS Jul 15
Are you a with an allocated upland square? Are you struggling with IDing montane grassland species such as cowberry and mountain pansy? We're running a free training session in the on 18th July just for you:
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CEH Kestrels Jul 8
🌟 A look back on 2019 🌟 Our 5 kestrel chicks grew up in the blink of an eye 🐣 🐤 🐥 🐦
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Richard Fox Jul 5
‘Heat map’ of Painted Lady sightings submitted through iRecord Butterflies app over the past week. Get the new version of the app for free here (Thanks to for the map & for image)
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NPMS Jul 8
Free training session in tomorrow for any with an allocated square. Can't make it? There's another session on Thurs in Angus. Focus is on plants of dry heath/ acid grassland. Trainer: Oliver Moore. More info & to book:
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Lorsom Jun 14
fantastic day for Northern Ireland volunteers in the company of Oliver Pescott who answered multiple questions, provided plant identification training and provided a species list for Castlewellan BioBlitz, thanks Oli!
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NPMS May 23
Rachel spills the beans! Everything you ever wanted to know about the in this exclusive full-length interview between & Volunteer Manager Dr Rachel Murphy.
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NPMS Jun 15
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Valuing Nature May 23
Join & Tim Sunderland with Ece for webinar on recent publication. 11 June 12:00. Info & Registration:
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UK Pollinator Monitoring Scheme May 29
The 2018 results are out! Thanks to our partners and its volunteers for an excellent monitoring scheme, and for sharing data with PoMS
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BBCT May 30
We are recruiting two specialist fieldworkers on a consultancy basis to survey areas in northwest Sutherland & the Outer Hebrides for the rare Great Yellow bumblebee & habitats in June to September 2019. Find out more about these roles and apply here:
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BTO May 28
You can contribute to vital citizen science on bees and other pollinating insects via the UK Pollinator Monitoring and Research Scheme. It’s easy to take part and collects invaluable data. Learn more at .
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Butterfly Conservation May 31
The Small Blue (Cupido minimus) saw a 10% increase in numbers across last year! Scottish Small Blue Week launches tomorrow until Sunday 9 June, so visit to see what events are taking place and how you and can help this butterfly.
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Seabird Surveys May 30
That's the first week of surveys done on Lewis! The days have been long and the miles of coast walked have been extensive (and at times exhausting)....but its all worth it when you get to spend time amongst some spectacular !
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BRC May 31
Replying to @richscrich
For more information about the survey and how to take part see
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