Tag: wildlife recording

A million records and counting…
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Earlier this week SWSEIC reached a major milestone by adding our one millionth record to our database. The record of a Redshank on Loch Ryan was part of the county bird records for 2017. When the Centre was established in

BRISC Annual conference 2017
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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.

Caerlaverock WWT Bioblitz
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To celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the Caerlaverock Nationa Nature Reserve (NNR), the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust are holding a Bioblitz at WWT Caerlaverock, in partnership with Scottish Natural Heritage. The aim will be to  find and identify as many different

CANCELLED FSC Millport Biology Symposium and Centre Open Afternoon
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FSC Millport will be hosting its 2nd marine research symposium on Saturday 31st March 2018. This will show-case marine and coastal ecological research, monitoring, surveys and conservation initiatives in the Firth of Clyde Area. In the afternoon, there will be a chance for

Introduction to Hoverfly Identification: 2 Day Workshop 24-25th March 2018
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The Where is Wildlife in Ayrshire? project is excited to work in partnership with leading Hoverfly experts Roger Morris and Stuart Ball to provide a 2 day training course on this fascinating invertebrate group. Hoverflies include some of the most

Introduction to Wildlife recording day, Catrine
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On a cold January morning, the Where’s Wildlife in Ayrshire project ran its first training course in Catrine, East Ayrshire. This course gave an insight into the world of biological recording, and how to make and submit a wildlife record.

Introduction to Wildlife Recording, Auchincruive
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Interested in wildlife recording but not sure where to start? Come along to one of Where Wildlife in Ayrshire Introduction Wildlife Recording courses! This informal course will provide an introduction to the importance of wildlife recording and the use of species records

What does the SBIF Review mean for local biological recording?
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Almost 10 years ago a petition was submitted to the Scottish Parliament calling for “integrated local and national structures for collecting, analysing and sharing biological data to inform decision-making processes to benefit biodiversity”. This led to the establishment of the

What have we recorded so far?
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The Where’s Wildlife project has been running for 8 months now and we have been gradually collecting records from across the region. We will very soon be launching the recording side of the website soon, but for now, here is

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