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Adam Rowe (SEWBReC) and Roy Tapping (Cofnod) attended the award ceremony on behalf of LERC Wales at the National Biodiversity Network (NBN) Conference on the 21st November. They were presented with a certificate as runners-up, a Moth ID book and a £100 to spend on a wildlife recording project of their choice.
LERC Wales was nominated as a leading example of 4 LERCs working together to develop joint software to aid capturing and access to wildlife information. The technical developme... more
This months featured unrecorded squares are available now via our Survey a Square webpage. Help fill in the 'gaps in our maps' and put wildlife on the map.
This guide lists various websites and groups that will help with species identification.
This is a one year contract post for a 0.6 FTE (21 hours per week)
Full Stack Developer to work on Aderyn - a website serving Welsh
biodiversity data to the general public and logged-in users.
The post is working for the Local Environmental Records Centres Wales consortium and is hosted by South East Wales Biodiversity Records Centre Ltd (SEWBReC), based at their office in Talbot Green, Pontyclun, Mid Glamorgan. Follow link for more details.... more
With recording wildlife now so easy with WiReD online and the LERC Wales App on smart phones and tablets the challenge for August is to record at least one different species every day in the BIS area. There's lots of common species out there to record and these are often the under recorded ones. To be in with a chance of winning submit at least 1 wildlife record every day in August of a different species using WiReD or the LERC Wales App. The prize is a copy of the Collins Complet... more
This latest guide will help you to distinguish between six commonly spotted butterflies in and around grassland. Find it on our Library, just click on the tab above.
The SaSq locations for June are now on our website. These three squares have zero records. The aim is to inspire you to go recording in these areas. If you do go recording follow our common sense rules. And please remember to submit your records! Thanks.
The latest Spot this Species is now out. It will help you identify swifts, swallows and martins. It's in our Library, click on the tab above.