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Trees & Woodlands of Wales Day Seminar - Events

The campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales in association with Coed Cadw / Woodland Trust in Wales have a 1 day seminar in Llandrindod Wells on Sunday 10th November, 10am to 4pm. Speakers include the woodland ecologist & author George Peterken and Archie Miles, the renowned tree author and photographer. The seminar will look at the future of woodland ecosystems in Wales.




Added 25/09/2019 08:51


Border Bryologists - Mosses & Liverworts for beginners - Events

There are 3 meetings in the BIS area, which are to help beginners learn their mosses and liverworts, rather than high-powered recording sessions. All are on Sundays, and start at 10.30 a.m. unless stated otherwise. Please bring lunch.

October 20th, between Knighton & Newtown

January 19th 2020, near Clyro

March 8th, in Welshpool

For more details see the edited programme on the BIS website Library.




Added 24/09/2019 09:49


BIS Training & Recording Events 2019 - Events

All our events for 2019 are listed on this A4 poster. They can also be seen on the events tab of our website. There is a mixture of recording days and ID training days.




Added 17/05/2019 10:20


Green Drinks Builth Wells - Events

An informal & inspiring social gathering (in a pub!) for anyone who wants to be involved with, working on, or studying environmental issues.

It's happening on the third Wednesday of every month, starting on Wednesday 15th May 2019 with the first meeting.

At the Greyhound Hotel, Builth Wells, 7pm – 9pm.

A Free event unless you buy yourself a drink!

BIS will be there along with the Vincent Wildlife Trust, who will talk about their Pine martin project.





Added 26/04/2019 11:05


Nature's Calendar - Events

This calendar from WBP, the Wales Biodiversity Partnership, has some survey ideas that you might want to take part in. Surveying can help contribute to our knowledge of species and habitats. Take a look at our events page for survey day events you can take part in. 




Added 02/04/2019 11:49


Field Day for Plant Records, Llanbister, Sunday 2 June - Events

Have a go at recording plants for the BSBI 2020 Atlas. All are welcome, especially welcome are those who've never done recording before.

When: Sunday 2 June,  10:30 - 16:00

Location: Near Llanbister on A483, VC43 Radnorshire.

Cost: Free

Refreshments: Bring packed lunch

To attend book on with barbara.brown@bsbi.org or 07930 608 423

See poster below for details




Added 28/03/2019 09:29


Snail Day at Ynys Hir Saturday 29 June - Events

Interested in wildlife in ponds and rivers? Then perhaps you want to know more about Britain’s fabulous freshwater snails and what they might mean to you! We are looking for beginners to take part in our FREE ALL-DAY EVENT.
This is pond-dipping for adults! Come along and discover how to find and identify all 40 types, with the help of nets, microscopes and tips from the experts! We also need your help to make our new identification guide as easy to use as possible. Lots of other pond-life is bound to appear as well!

When: Saturday 29 June,  10:30  – 15:30
Location: RSPB Ynys Hir, Eglwys-fach, Machynlleth.




Added 28/03/2019 09:30


BIS Recorders Forum 2019 provisional programme - Events

The BIS Forum 2019 will be on Wednesday 20th March at the Media Resource Centre, Llandrindod Wells.

The forum is an opportunity to meet recorders and see a range of presentations about local projects & recording schemes and to meet the BIS staff.

We have a range of topics and speakers covering Oil beetles, Marsh fritillary, Adders, Red Squirrels & Root smuts on a species level, along with projects on burial ground conservation, local wildlife sites, the Long Forest, Elan Links and the BSBI Floral Atlas 2020 as well as updates from BIS staff.

Guest speaker is the young botanist Joshua Styles who will talk about the North West Rare Plants Initiative he founded. It's aim is to cultivate & reintroduce vascular plant species on the brink of extinction at a regional level, where suitable situations exist. It will no doubt give you ideas to think about locally.


Added 28/03/2019 12:37