If you missed our Conference on 22nd October or if you want to listen to the talks or watch the films again, we've put them all on YouTube.
Just click here to view the conference playlist.
“Responding to the crisis for nature in Wales”
The conference will be held online between November 23-27.
The conference is a free event. Save the date in your diary now – online registration will open later this autumn.
Anyone with an interest in biodiversity and ecosystem action is welcome to attend to discuss, share ideas, learn and collaborate on delivering the Nature Recovery Action Plan in Wales. Key players from the public, private and voluntary sectors will be in attendance, and the conference is delighted to welcome the Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths. Delegates are welcome to attend the conference every day, or for days or sessions of their choice.
SewBrec are running an online Leaf Mining Moths course with Glamorgan Vice County Recorder David Slade. This course is free to attend and will take place on Zoom. If you would like to attend, please book via the Eventbrite link, and you will be sent further details.
A very interesting report on how nature responded to the absence of humans during Covid lockdown 2020.
Read the full report
See YouTube clip
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A great job opportunity to warden this extensive Mid-Wales reserve.
For more details and to apply, please visit their website.
Closing date: 30 October 2020.
Interview date: 12 November 2020.
Latest on Welsh weather and wildlife.
There's a drive to resurvey Orthoptera in squares where records are known previously. This will help define national trends in species and populations.
Vist the weblink to view a map to see whether there's a square near you in need of new records.
The British Arachnological Society is running a survey on Garden Spiders (Araneus diadematus). Autumn is the very best time to see and record these large distinctive orb-web spiders. Join in a national survey run by BASSurveys #GardenSpiderDensitySurvey. Details on how to submit your records are in the attached PDF.
George Beccaloni is interested in getting specimens of native UK cockroaches for a scientific study. Please see the attached for details.
These small species are often found in coastal grassland and sand dunes here is Wales.
Cofnod, Intec, Ffordd y Parc, Parc Menai,
Bangor, Gwynedd. LL57 4FG