Our Newsletter for Autumn 2018 has been published. It features interesting articles about wildlife recording and events that have happened in the last four months across West Wales. It can be downloaded here: WWBIC Bulletin No 30 You can view back issues of our newsletter in the newsletter archive here.
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
A pioneering species, habitat and nature sites service has celebrated 10 years of collaboration and its 10 millionth biological record last week at a special event in Carmarthen. The work of the Local Environmental Records Centres was showcased at University of Wales Trinity St David (UWTSD) on Friday, July 14th 2017 with the launch of … Continue reading Pioneering Welsh Environmental Network celebrated 10th anniversary with 10 MILLION wildlife records
Mae Canolfannau Cofnodion Amgylcheddol Lleol Cymru yn eich gwahodd chi i ymuno â ni yn y digwyddiad arbennig hwn. Dydd Gwener 14eg Gorffennaf, Canolfan Gynadleddau Halliwell, Prifysgol Cymru, Y Drindod Dewi Sant, Caerfyrddin. 11.00am-3.00pm The Local Environmental Records Centres Wales invite you to join us at this special event. Friday 14th July, Halliwell Conference Centre, University … Continue reading Event Invitation
Learn how to identify butterflies and their foodplants and how to manage their habitats. Indoor morning presentation, afternoon butterfly walk with Dr Deborah Sazer. Saturday 29th July 2017 10:30am to 3:30pm Carmel Village Hall, Carmel, Carmarthenshire SA14 7TL £20 per person Or £15 Carmarthenshire Meadows Group members Booking essential Contact: Wild Gower / Gŵyr Gwyllt … Continue reading The Butterflies of Carmarthenshire
In case you missed it in Haverfordwest. When: 6th March 19:00 What: A talk on Bumblebees with Sinead Lynch Where: Theatre C22, Hugh Owen Building, Aberystwyth University There is an entrance to C22 on the ‘uphill’ side of the Hugh Owen Building, midway between the Library and the A12 Lecture Theatre.
Adders are thought to be undergoing a significant national decline. Currently, we know very little about where these cryptic animals gather during the winter months in Pembrokeshire, although protecting hibernacula is crucial for adder conservation. Biodiversity Solutions, a local Social Enterprise company providing funds for small research projects across West Wales, is currently supporting a … Continue reading Urgent appeal for Springtime Pembrokeshire adder sightings!
ARCHAEOPTERYX: A JURASSIC HERITAGE EXHIBITION in collaboration with Amgueddfa Cymru/National Museum Wales at The Old College Launch Events on Tuesday 14 February 2017 6.00 pm: A special session for young people with Iolo Williams – naturalist, TV presenter and Aberystwyth University Honorary Fellow. 6.30 pm: Opening of Exhibition. 7.00 pm: Q&A session with a panel … Continue reading Iolo Williams at Archaeopteryx exhibition – All welcome
When: 21st March 19:30 What: Join The South Pembrokeshire Group who will be hosting a talk by David Harries about Fungi in Pembrokeshire and the habitats to find them in. Where: Foundry House Community Centre, Pembroke. Contact: Christine 01646 673912 firstname.lastname@example.org