NESBReC Recorders Forum 2020 on Saturday 7th March in Aberdeen

The NESBReC Recorders Forum 2020 takes place on Saturday 7th March in the Zoology Lecture Theatre at the University of Aberdeen.

The whole event is free to attend but booking is essential.  Please email glenn.roberts@aberdeenshire.gov.uk to book your place by Wednesday 26 February 2020.

As usual we hope that it will be a day of interesting talks and useful discussion for biological recorders of all types of wildlife, representing all ages and levels of experience.

We look forward to seeing you on 7 March. Here is the programme for the day:

10.00-10.30    Registration and coffee/tea

10.30-11.00    NESBReC update – Glenn Roberts

11.00-11.30   SOC mobile app – Where to Watch Birds in Scotland – Alan Knox

11.30–12.00   Butterflies & Moths – an update for NE Scotland– Helen Rowe & Patrick Cook

12.00-12.30    Intensive sampling of soil fungi in high alpine ecosystems – Andy Taylor

12.30-14.00    LUNCH (buffet provided)

14.00-14.30   Flora of NE Scotland: species distributions and recent changes – David Elston &     Ian Francis

14.30-14.50    Bats in NE Scotland – a NESBATS update – Aileen Salway

14.50-15.10    Ury Riverside Park – a park in Inverurie for people and wildlife – Ian Talboys

15.10-15.30    Horse grazing and the impacts on bumblebees and butterflies – Eilidh Player

 

 

 

10.00-10.30 Registration and coffee/tea
10.30-11.00 NESBReC update

Glenn Roberts

11.00-11.30 SOC mobile app – Where to Watch Birds in Scotland

Alan Knox

11.30–12.00 Butterflies & Moths – an update for NE Scotland

Helen Rowe & Patrick Cook

12.00-12.30 Intensive sampling of soil fungi in high alpine ecosystems

Andy Taylor

12.30-14.00 LUNCH

(buffet provided)

14.00-14.30 The Flora of NE Scotland: species distributions and recent changes

David Elston & Ian Francis

14.30-14.50 Bats in NE Scotland – a NESBATS update

Aileen Salway

14.50-15.10 Ury Riverside Park – a park in Inverurie for people and wildlife

Ian Talboys

15.10-15.30 Horse grazing and the impacts on bumblebees and butterflies

Eilidh Player