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Seminar 2021

BMERC Annual Recorders’ Seminar: Home is where the wildlife is

Saturday, 13th March 2021 - 10:00 to 16:30, held online using Zoom

 

Thank you to everyone who attended our Annual Recorders' Seminar. Also a big thank you to all of our wonderful and fascinating speakers for their presentations.

The recording of the day is available on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3dKpsXwC7Y

It includes most of the talks from the day, but please note: some speakers requested not to be recorded. You can also download the seminar programme (pdf).

Presentations:  

Identifying Important Freshwater Areas in the River Thame Catchment Dr Pascale Nicolet

Activity update from the Buckinghamshire & Milton Keynes Natural Environment Partnership Nicola Thomas

Monitoring the noble chafer using pheromones Dr Deborah Harvey

Lockdown Learning - taking field studies online Keiron Brown

Pond restoration and Norfolk Ponds Project   Prof Carl Sayer

BMERC Updates  BMERC Team

Saproxylic Stepping Stones - Investigating habitat connectivity for deadwood insects Stephanie Skipp

On the origin of species recorders - how wildlife recording is evolving Martin Harvey

Young Recorders' journeys into recording Luke Marriner & Danny Sedgwick

BSBI: recording our plants Louise Marsh & Lynne Farrell

Tracking the Impact Nick Marriner

Recorders' Updates Buckinghamshire Bird Club, British Dragonfly Society, Butterfly Conservation - Upper Thames Branch, Moths, Buckinghamshire Fungi Group

Photo competition winners’ announcement and prize giving Congratulations to Barry Webb and Julie Lane!

 

Image: Ⓒ Rhiannon Flemming.