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BioBlitz at Coed Phoenix

There is a BioBlitz at Coed Phoenix Reserve, Ceredigion, this Saturday, 2nd August, 10.00am - 4.00pm. For directions to the reserve please follow this link.  http://www.bnhc.org.uk/bioblitz/coed-phoenix-bioblitz/

National Hedgehog Survey

People's Trust for Endangered Species are looking for volunteers to help with the National Hedgehog Survey being launched this year.
If you'd like to get involved please contact emily.thomas@ptes.org

Red Squirrel Events

Friday 25th July 2014, 7pm, Victoria Hall, Llanwrtyd

Saturday 26th July 2014, 2pm, The Royal Oak Inn, Rhandirmwyn

Saturday 26th July 2014, 7pm, The Talbot Hotel, Tregaron

Guided Walks at Freshwater East

Vicky Tomlinson, local naturalist and recorder is leading a series of guided walks to looking at the flora round the Freshwater East Nature Reserve (FERN).  Too many dates to list here so please get in touch with Vicky on 01646 672615
for more information.

BIS Events 
Click on this link to find what's on this Summer.
The BIS Open Day is on the 9th June at their office in Brecon.

Llanelli Naturalists 
There's lots happening with the group in the next few months.  Click here to see a programme. 

  Click here to find out more about the Mid Wales Red Squirrel Project Data Enquiry Form Send us your record or sighting  

Click here to find out more about the Mid Wales Red Squirrel Project

Who we are

We are one of four Local Records Centres (LRCs) in Wales. Together we collect, collate, disseminate and manage biodiversity information for the whole of Wales. Click on the map of Wales to go to the regional LRC websites or find your local record centre at www.lrcwales.org.uk

We are a not-for profit company, our region includes the Vice Counties of Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire, excluding the Brecon Beacons National Park, an area of some 5650km2.

The company currently holds over half a million records of species in addition to habitat, designated site and other biological data. The information originates from voluntary biological recorders, public bodies, conservation organisations, national and local schemes and societies. The information is held and maintained in a database which is constantly growing.

What we do

The purpose of the LRC is to procure and maintain information of known quality, and to disseminate it in a form that decision makers, conservation managers and the general public can use to preserve and enhance biodiversity in the region. Biodiversity data searches can be requested by following the Data Enquiries section of the website.

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