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All our events for 2019 are listed on this A4 poster. They can also be seen on the events tab of our website.
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.
The latest BIS Recorders Newsletter is ready to view. There's updates on various projects, our regular recorder of the season feature and Janet's update on what's been happening at BIS.
Download it as a pdf or read online in magazine format at issuu.com
Here are six common butterflies you might encounter in or near grassland.
to the 2018 spring edition of the BIS newsletter. This issue contains lots of training opportunities, the launch of our Survey a Square recording initiative and our Recorder of the Season feature. Our other features are on new projects to protect the Elan Valley's natural heritage & to tackle invasive species within the BBNP.
Welcome to 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.