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SWSEIC10/02/2020 at 5:50am

Would love to welcome more wildlife enthusiasts to our wildlife recorders gathering in Maybole on 7th March. Just under 50 booked so far, but plenty of spaces still available. Open to anyone with an interest in the region's wildlife. https://t.co/nzGZyip3fv

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South West Scotland Environmental Information Centre05/02/2020 at 5:19pm

So how do you go about submitting a wildlife record? This FSC BioLinks video can help point you in the right direction...

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How to submit a Biological Record (3 of 3)
In partnership with the FSC BioLinks project we explore how to submit a Biological Record. A special thanks to the FSC and National Lottery Heritage fund, as...
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South West Scotland Environmental Information Centre05/02/2020 at 5:16pm

Why is recording wildlife important? Another great video from FSC BioLinks

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Why are Biological Records Important? (2 of 3)
In partnership with the FSC BioLinks project we explore why Biological records are Important. Biological records are used for a whole range of reasons, from ...
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SWSEIC01/02/2020 at 4:59am

SWSEIC newsletter - February 2020 - https://t.co/iWeiSy2n5o https://t.co/wGKdJM4Aq7

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