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SWSEIC12/04/2021 at 2:03pm

The weather has been all over the place recently but luckily the sun has been shining today. Much needed for our #pollinators and a perfect day to carry out a @PoMScheme FIT Count 🐝🌼🌸🦋🐞. Find out how to take...

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South West Scotland Environmental Information Centre12/04/2021 at 3:53pm

First in what we hope will be a regular series - SWSEIC's #RecordOfTheWeek. This time it's a False Puffball (Reticularia lycoperdon) found by Jean Robson at Castle Loch (Lochmaben). A type of slime mould. Submitted via iRecord. Thanks to other LERC's for the...

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South West Scotland Environmental Information Centre12/04/2021 at 3:50pm

Delighted that SWSEIC gets a mention on the new Kirkgunzeon community website. We provided a list of species that have been recorded in and around the village - hopefully we'll be able to add a few more species this summer.

SWSEIC12/04/2021 at 2:03pm

The weather has been all over the place recently but luckily the sun has been shining today. Much needed for our #pollinators and a perfect day to carry out a @PoMScheme FIT Count 🐝🌼🌸🦋🐞. Find out how to take...

SWSEIC12/04/2021 at 12:24pm

First in what we hope will be a regular series - @SWSEIC's #RecordOfTheWeek. This time it's a False Puffball (Reticularia lycoperdon) found by Jean Robson at Castle Loch (Lochmaben). A type of slime mould. Submitted via

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