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BIS Newsletter Spring 2018 - Policies & Procedures

Welcome to the 2018 spring edition of the BIS newsletter. This issue contains lots of training opportunities, the launch of our Survey a Square recording initiative and our Recorder of the Season feature. Our other features are on new projects to protect the Elan Valley's natural heritage & to tackle invasive species within the BBNP.




Added 15/05/2018 14:06


NFBR Newsletter Issue 55 (National Forum for Biological Recording) - Newsletters (Other)

This is the April 2018 edition of the magazine. Includes details of this years NFBR conference in May



Added 09/04/2018 10:16


Radnorshire Dragonfly Recorders' Newsletter 2017 Report - Newsletters (Other)

The Radnorshire Dragonfly Recorders’ 2017 Newsletter & Report compiled by county recorder Bob Dennison.



Added 29/01/2018 15:13


Radnorshire Dragonfly Recorders' Newsletter 2016 Report - Newsletters (Other)

The 2016 report from Bob Dennison



Added 29/01/2018 15:12


BIS Scale of charges Dec 2017 - Policies & Procedures

BIS has revised its scale of charges. Commercial charges will apply from December 2017 and new SLA partner charges from 1st April.



Added 08/12/2017 16:01


BIS Manager's Report to Members at 2017 AGM - BIS Managers Reports to Members

This report is a summary of work at BIS for 2016/17



Added 24/11/2017 14:55


BIS Biodiversity Data Officer application form - Miscellaneous

Biodiversity data officer - This post requires someone who has relevant experience of working with databases or a comparable post, and understands the role of LERCs. The successful applicant will have a nature conservation degree (or equivalent) and will be IT literate, with working experience of using biological recording software and GIS. Most importantly, the successful applicant will be a good communicator with good organisational skills and the ability to work to a very high standard within a small team. They should be able to demonstrate their commitment to biodiversity and be keen to tackle the challenges offered by working for a thriving LERC at the forefront of technical development.








Added 14/11/2017 11:19


BIS Biodiversity Data Officer Job Description - Miscellaneous

Biodiversity data officer - This post requires someone who has relevant experience of working with databases or a comparable post, and understands the role of LERCs. The successful applicant will have a nature conservation degree (or equivalent) and will be IT literate, with working experience of using biological recording software and GIS. Most importantly, the successful applicant will be a good communicator with good organisational skills and the ability to work to a very high standard within a small team. They should be able to demonstrate their commitment to biodiversity and be keen to tackle the challenges offered by working for a thriving LERC at the forefront of technical development.








Added 14/11/2017 11:15


BIS Newsletter Autumn 2017 - Newsletters (BIS)

Welcome to the 2017 autumn edition of the BIS newsletter. In this bumper edition there are exciting articles on ladybirds, Hairy Dragonflies, Pearl-Bordered and Marsh Fritillaries, reviews of 2016 for Breconshire Birds and Brecknock Botany Group along with further ins and outs at BIS and our second Recorder of the Season. On page 19 is the programme for this year’s Recorders Forum on 28th November.



Added 07/11/2017 17:29


Aderyn notes - BIS Guides

A short summary of tools offered in LERC Wales Aderyn



Added 25/07/2017 12:01