Friday 14th November, 7-8pm
Great North Museum: Hancock, Newcastle
WildWatch is a 3-year project funded by the Lottery to increase the recording of species in the North Pennines. Over 650 people and almost 20,000 records later, this talk will highlight what species have been recorded in the North Pennines in the last 3 years, including new discoveries, and how people of all experience levels have contributed to a significant surge in biological data gathering in this special landscape.
Sam Finn grew up in Allendale, Northumberland and started out as a volunteer wildlife recorder before leading the WildWatch project for the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Partnership.