Region: Scotland

2018 Herpetofauna Workers Meeting

The annual Herpetofauna Workers Meeting will be held at the Hilton Hotel in Northampton on 3-4 February 2018. More details from the Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust website.

BRISC Annual conference 2017

The BRISC Annual Conference and AGM will be held on Saturday 14th October at the Marine Station on the Isle of Cumbrae. Full details available on the BRISC website.

BRISC conference

The Biological Recoording in Scotland (BRISC) annual conference will take place at Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Glasgow, on Saturday 13th October 2018. This years theme is ‘Recording Urban Wildlife’. A conference programme and booking form are available here.

Butterfly Conservation – Scotland Recorder’s Conference

The annual spring Recorders Gathering is an informal meeting for recorders to get together to look back on the recording highlights of the previous year, and discuss and plan surveys and monitoring for the coming one. Places can be booked online by

Butterfly Conservation – Scotland Recorders’ Conference 2019

An all day meeting and talks for anyone interested in Butterflies and Moth recording. There will also be a chance to see some live Moths depending on the weather. For further details visit the Butterfly Conservation website.

Identifying Wildflower Families

Learn to identify wildflowers through their families. Build your confidence in using keys. Dr. Faith Anstey and BSBI tutors lead these highly acclaimed workshops. For more information and to book click here

NBN Conference 2018: The NBN in a changing climate

The theme of this year’s NBN Conference is “The NBN in a changing climate”.  Over the course of the two days we will be covering topics such as data from citizen science, data for delivering environmental planning, tools for online

Scottish Badger Week

Scottish Badger Week aims to offer a range of opportunities to learn about, and get involved in protecting, this iconic and much-loved species. During the week there will be lots of opportunities to get involved and learn more about badgers

Scottish Badgers Annual Conference

Speakers including Laurie Campbell, the world famous photographer and Polly Pullar the countryside author. Workshop sessions in the afternoon include: Badgers, Licensing and Mitigation with Ben Ross, Licensing Manager from S.N.H. and expert badger consultants. This workshop is intended for

Scottish Bat Workers Conference

Further information will be added in due course. The Bat Conservation Trust website will be updated as further details become available.

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SUP is registered in Scotland as a company limited by guarantee with charitable status. Registered address: The Southern Uplands Partnership, Studio 2, Lindean Mill, Galashiels, TD1 3PE. Company No. SC200827 / Charity No. SCO29475

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