Join us for an exciting wildlife recording training event in Aberporth! Whether you’re a nature enthusiast or a beginner, this in-person training at Aberporth Village Hall is perfect for you. Learn how to identify and record various species of wildlife in the beautiful surroundings of Aberporth, Cardigan, UK.
When: 25/02/24 10-1pm
Aberporth supports some amazing wildlife, but how well do we know what is living there? Through people recording it!
Recording wildlife provides essential evidence to support conservation. It’s also fun, and a great way to get to know local wildlife and other like-minded people! WWBIC (West Wales Biodiversity Information Centre) gathers wildlife records in one place and promotes recording in the community. In this free event, we will cover how to submit a record, why records are important, how you can help, and some key species to look out for in the Aberporth area. We will then head outside to do some recording ourselves, with training on identifying species provided. All are welcome, at any level of wildlife knowledge. Tea and biscuits will be provided, plus notebooks, pencils, and good company!
Photo shows a Dahlia Anenome, found in an Aberporth rockpool in 2020.