June 2016

A call for records!

Have you seen Water vole or American Mink in North Merseyside?

For a number of years we have been supplying records to the National Water Vole Database and Mapping project. This generally takes place on a yearly basis and the call has just come in for us to supply any new records!

If you have sighting of Water vole or American Mink which you would like to share to be used as part of this vital piece of conservation work then please send them in before October this year.

TBS: Foundations in Biological Recording. Part 1 of 4

  • Overview of biological recording
  • Essential elements - who & what
  • Essential elements - where & when
  • Using records to conserve wildlife

Join Ben Deed at Merseyside BioBank for this four module evening course concentrating on the who, what, where and when of recording wildlife.

A great place to start your journey! You must attend all session.

Time: 6pm - 8pm

Location: Merseyside BioBank, Court Hey Park

TBS: Foundations in Biological Recording. Part 2 of 4

  1. Overview of biological recording
  2. Essential elements - who & what
  3. Essential elements - where & when
  4. Using records to conserve wildlife

Join Ben Deed at Merseyside BioBank for this four module evening course concentrating on the who, what, where and when of recording wildlife.

A great place to start your journey! You must attend all session.

Time: 6pm - 8pm

Location: Merseyside BioBank, Court Hey Park

TBS: Beginners Grass Identification Part 1 of 2

  • 1st Session: Vegetative grass identification (31st May)
  • 2nd Session: Flowering grass identification (27th June)

This course is aimed at beginners of grass identification. Each day will consist of an indoor session at the Barn, Bamber Bridge followed by an afternoon of identifying in the field. Site visits TBC.

Time: 10am - 4pm

Contact: Catherine Haddon; chaddon@lancswt.org.uk; 01772 318374

TBS: Foundations in Biological Recording. Part 4 of 4

  1. Overview of biological recording
  2. Essential elements - who & what
  3. Essential elements - where & when
  4. Using records to conserve wildlife

Join Ben Deed at Merseyside BioBank for this four module evening course concentrating on the who, what, where and when of recording wildlife.

A great place to start your journey! You must attend all session.

Time: 6pm - 8pm

Location: Merseyside BioBank, Court Hey Park

TBS: Beginners Grass Identification. Part 2 of 2

  • 1st Session: Vegetative grass identification (31st May)
  • 2nd Session: Flowering grass identification (27th June)

This course is aimed at beginners of grass identification. Each day will consist of an indoor session at the Barn, Bamber Bridge followed by an afternoon of identifying in the field. Site visits TBC.

Time: 10am - 4pm

Contact: Catherine Haddon; chaddon@lancswt.org.uk; 01772 318374

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