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Dots on the map: why should we record wildlife?

Dots on the map: why should we record wildlife?

Dots on the map: why should we record wildlife? Online talk with Ryan Clark How can you make the most of your wildlife sightings? Biological records are the accepted format […]

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The Inside Out of Flies

Join scientist and author, Dr Erica McAlister, to discover the amazing adaptations that have enabled flies to explore further than most other animals.

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The North East Bee Hunt

The North East Bee Hunt Online talk with Gordon Port, Charlotte Rankin and Rinke Vinkenoog¬† The North East Bee Hunt was launched in Spring 2020 with the aim of encouraging […]

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1829 Talk: Bucking the trend – why are some British moths on the rise?

Bucking the trend: why are some British moths on the rise? Online talk with Douglas Boyes, Newcastle University Recently, there has been a surge of interest in insect declines, with […]

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The NE Bee Hunt – Launch Event (Postponed)

We are delighted to announce a new citizen science project to track the distribution of bees in the North East! Bees play an important role in the ecosystem yet find […]

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Beginner’s Guide to Bumblebee Identification (Postponed)

Please note: This event has been postponed. In light of the changing situation surrounding the spread of coronavirus this event, originally scheduled on Tuesday 21 April, has been postponed. We […]

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