Biodiversity Information Service for Powys & Brecon Beacons National Park
Biodiversity Information Service for Powys & BBNP
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BIS Recorders Newsletter Spring 2017 - Newsletters (BIS)
the 2017 spring edition of the BIS newsletter. We’ve managed to cover a few of
the kingdoms with articles on amphibian and reptile surveys, bee conservation,
hare and rabbit numbers and some good-old balsam bashing. Amidst this we’ve a
new BIS team member to introduce, and can proudly announce the launch of our
Facebook page! Thank you to the many who have inputted to this issue, we hope
you all enjoy it. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any
questions, comments or ideas for the autumn letter’s content.
BIS Recorders Newsletter Autumn 2016 - Newsletters (BIS)
Welcome to the Autumn edition of the Recorders newsletter in this 15th
year of BIS. It is good to see a range of articles from slugs to fungi. We also
include an update on the Powys LBAP review which should be an important
document for all of us. Thanks to all contributors.
BIS Recorders Newsletter Spring 2016 - Newsletters (BIS)
Welcome to the Spring edition of the Recorders newsletter in the 15th year of BIS. In this edition there is news of the celebrations on the 18th June which I hope many of you will be able to attend. Thanks also to all contributors who have provided such informative articles on local wildlife.
BIS Recorders Newsletter Autumn 2015 - Newsletters (BIS)
Welcome to the
Autumn issue of the Powys and Brecon Beacons National Park Recorders’ Newsletter.
Thanks again to all the contributors of articles and lovely photos on a wide
range of subjects. I am amazed to see this is the 20th edition of the
newsletter so it has been running for 10 years. Time flies and next year we can
celebrate 15 years of BIS!!