WWBIC are pleased to announce a free online course providing an introduction to the Dragonflies and Damselflies of west Wales. The course will be led by Dr. Deborah Sazer and will be delivered over Zoom on Friday, August 21st at 10:00am. Please click here to book a place.
WWBIC needs your help! There are areas of West Wales with no wildlife records within 1km grid squares. Is there an empty square near you? You can help nature conservation by recording wildlife in your local area. There are several ways to record your sightings, on our online recorder, via the new LERC Wales App … Continue reading Zero record squares in West Wales
GIS Officer Salary: £22,000-£24,500 Fixed Term Contract, two years. Location: West Wales We are looking for a highly motivated GIS and data problem solver with a strong desire to produce optimal results. They will have the knowledge, skills, experience and personal qualities as outlined in the person specification and be part of a small dedicated … Continue reading Job Opportunity – GIS Officer
The Bat Conservation Trust is running an introductory bat detector workshop in Pontyberem on 6th August. From the page: “This introductory bat detector workshop involves an evening classroom session followed by a practical field session starting around dusk. Bat sounds are broken down into four elements in order to train people’s sonic memory and aid … Continue reading Introductory Bat Detector Workshop, Pontyberem, 6th August
Dave Grundy led a very successful course in 2014 on Micro-moth ID, aimed at people who already had some degree of Mothing knowledge. He is running three courses in West Wales this year, one long course for the FSC and two one day courses at the Welsh Wildlife Centre, Cilgerran. One on Micro-moths and one … Continue reading Dave Grundy Moth Courses in West Wales 2015