Roy Tapping will outline how Cofnod operates, how you can access and provide wildlife data and how these data are helping to make a difference.
The annual Unknown Wales event has gone digital!
In partnership with the Wildlife Trust for South and West Wales, the National Museum of Wales brings you the 10th Unknown Wales event! Please join for an evening of talks about Welsh nature – especially some of the lesser known and hidden bits.
To book and for additional information, please visit their website.
Survey to record grassland fungi on the Wrexham Industrial Estate with Discover the Wild. No experience necessary - Booking essential (contact Henry Cook to book).
A very interesting report on how nature responded to the absence of humans during Covid lockdown 2020.
Read the full report
See YouTube clip
Each month we release our online news bulletin called 'On the Record'.
Click here to see this month's 'On the Record' and recent back issues.
Click here is you want to register with us and sign up to receive 'On the Record'.
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