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Following the launch of the Nature Recovery Action Plan for the Brecon Beacons National Park at the Welsh
Show, it is now available to view online or download as a pdf. The Plan
is intended to guide the work of the BBNP Local Nature Partnership, a
new collaboration which is open to all who want to contribute. View and
download your copy here or click below.
BIS has revised its commercial hourly charges August 1st 2019 as enclosed
Caring for God's Acre are running several botany recording days in churchyards across Powys. All are aimed at beginners.
West Wales Biodiversity Information Centre newsletter for May 2019 is available from the link below. It's full of informative articles and useful information for recorders.
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.
Issue 27 of the BIS Recorders Newsletter is packed full of features written by the local recording community. Click below for a pdf dpwnload or read it in magazine style at issuu.com by clicking here.
How to get involved 13-17th May 2019.
Want to know more about Britain’s fabulous freshwater
snails and what they might mean to you!
The latest issue of the NFBR (National Forum for Biological Recording) contains a feature about BIS. Turn to page 20!
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.