The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Federation of Biological Recorders (CISFBR) is holding a wildlife recorders meeting where there will be brief updates from various wildlife recording groups,
We will be taking a look at the rookpool-inhabiting molluscs of our seashores, from pretty periwinklesand whelks to colourful sea slugs.
After the success of the earthworms workshop last year, Natural England's Matthew Shepherd returns to introduce us to some more of our under-recorded soil invertebrates.
We will cover general bat ecology, how bats echolocate and what they use echolocation for. An indoor session will look at different types of detectors/recorders and the software required to interpret recordings.
The Cornwall Reptile and Amphibian Group (CRAG) are leading a one-day workshop on the survey techniques and identification of the reptiles and amphibians found in our county.
Join us at our Cabilla & Redrice Woods nature reserve to observe and gain an understanding of key breeding bird species of woodland.
The Kernow Ecology Long-horned Bee project aims to conserve a species which has been in serious decline in Cornwall in recent years by identifying sites, growing suitable wildflowers and promoting good habitat management.
Join Steve Jones and ERCCIS for an exciting weekend long workshop exploring the Dragonflies and Damselflies of Cornwall to help improve identification and recording skills
Thanks to funding from the Big Lottery via the Your Shore Beach Rangers Project, Seaquest Southwest brings you training on photo identification of individual Bottlenose Dolphins in south west waters.
Join us on a fun and informative day at the Cornwall Wildlife Trust's Penlee Battery Nature Reserve.
The aim of this workshop is to differentiate the species of grasses, sedges and rushes found in Cornwall.
Our Cornish heathlands can make the perfect habitat for a variety of invertebrate species with their mosaics of bare ground, fine-leaved grasses, heather and scrub.