Aims of Outside the Honeypot: wildlife recording in the urban world:
>Understand the wealth of recording and monitoring undertaken in urban area
>Discuss how NFBR can better support urban recording
>Link biological recorders and citizens in an urban context
>Understand research in the urban world
>Celebrate our rich natural heritage and show how nature can thrive in an urban context
Spaces on this 2-day virtual conference cost £5 per person
Book here via the FSC website.
Hosted by Field Studies Council's Biolinks project and in association with the Tanyptera Trust and World Museum Liverpool.