Welcome to our links page. Below you will find links to partner organisations, local wildlife groups and other related organisations. If you a link that you would like added to this page please contact us.
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Aberystwyth University Lifelong Learning Ecology Course
The Lifelong Learning Department at Aberystwyth University offers a wide range of courses in the subject area of Ecology. From Animal and Plant Diversity to modules on Fungi and Birds, we are sure you will find an interesting topic to study.
Our courses are delivered in 3 different formats:
Self-paced online learning; delivered through Blackboard,our online teaching environment.
Face-to-face learning at various ecology venues across Wales.
Blended learning; a mix of the two, where you study a number of self-paced, online units before attending 1 or 2 days in-person teaching at an ecology venue in Wales.
Visit Aberystwyth University Lifelong Learning Ecology Course
Added 2022-09-05 13:52:49
B-Lines are a series of ‘insect pathways’
running through our countryside and towns. They
link existing wildlife areas together, creating a network, that will weave across the British landscape. This will provide
large areas of brand new habitat benefiting bees and butterflies– but
also a host of other wildlife.
Added 2021-06-04 16:04:56
Big Meadow Search
A UK wide project developed by Carmarthenshire Meadows Group, to raise awareness and interest in grasslands and to record plant species.The Big Meadow Search species list is derived from National Plant Monitoring Scheme lowland grassland indicator species plus additional meadow axiophytes.
Any species rich grassland types can be searched including meadows, woodland rides, church yards, road verges, wild amenity grasslands.
All you need to do is:
- Select your grassland
- Record the location name, grid reference and date
- Amble along and make a note of all the plant species you see
- If you aren’t sure on a species, take photographs from multiple angles of the flower heads, basal and stem leaves, upper and lower leaf surface, leaf base shape and either post on our social media or email to us and we will try and help to identify
- Send your results to us and once we have finished our BMS analysis, we will send them on to your local environmental record centre (LERC)
For species accounts look at our Facebook page, Big Meadow Search, or Twitter account, @bigmeadowsearch
Visit Big Meadow Search
Added 2022-04-28 08:04:40
Biodiversity in Brecon Beacons National ParkInformation on biodiversity in the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Visit Biodiversity in Brecon Beacons National Park
Added 2021-06-04 15:58:56
Biodiversity in PowysPowys County Council's role in nature conservation.
Visit Biodiversity in Powys
Added 2021-06-04 16:00:20
Biological Records Centre (BRC)The Biological Records Centre (BRC), established in 1964, is a national focus in the UK for terrestrial and freshwater species recording. BRC works closely with the voluntary recording community, principally through support of national recording schemes and societies.
Visit Biological Records Centre (BRC)
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BIS Wired - Wildlife Recording online
Use BIS Wired to record your wildlife sightings online. Register an account, sign in and add your wildlife sightings using the Record tab. BIS Wired is also the place to edit or delete any records you have uploaded online or using the LERC Wales App. Link your LERC Wales App and BIS Wired accounts by registering for both using the same email address.
Visit BIS Wired - Wildlife Recording online
Added 2023-08-03 16:05:23
Brecknock Botanical Distribution MapsVascular plant distribution maps in VC 42, Brecknockshire, derived for the Brecknock Rare Plant Register(RPR) by John Crellin, BSBI Assistant County Recorder.
Contact John Crellin for copy of RPR
Visit Brecknock Botanical Distribution Maps
Added 2014-10-27 12:12:37
Brecon Beacons Local Nature Partnership Nature Recovery Tool
Brecon Beacons Local
Nature Partnership commissioned an ecological networks mapping project in 2021,
undertaken by a collaboration between WWBIC & SEWBReC. The resulting
GIS-based maps (including a suite of ecological resilience mapping) are
available for Local Nature Partnership members to view, using the Nature Recovery Tool.
The Nature Recovery Tool is available at: Brecon Beacons Local Nature Partnership Nature Recovery Tool (wwbic.org.uk). A log on is required and once you’re logged in you’ll see a welcome screen and some brief details about the tool.
The final project report is available here.
For more information about the mapping, or to discuss a log-on please send an email to: [email protected]
Visit Brecon Beacons Local Nature Partnership Nature Recovery Tool
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