News and Events

TWIC Conference: Biological recording & conservation in the uplands

Saturday 28th April, 10 am 4:30 pm at Sauchie Hall, Alloa. This is an opportunity for naturalists across the region to get together at the start of the recording season to exchange news and ideas, and to listen to a series of talks on the theme of upland recording and conservation. There will be an opportunity for individuals or local groups to promote their recording initiative or project during the open mike session, by having a stall, or presenting a poster. The conference is FREE to attend, and will include a buffet lunch, but booking is essential as places will be limited.

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The Malloch Society is offering two bursaries towards attending a training course in the natural history of true flies during 2018.

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The National Plant Monitoring Scheme

The National Plant Monitoring Scheme (NPMS) is looking for volunteers to adopt a one km square in your area that you can visit twice a year. The scheme is supported by Scottish Natural Heritage and will help us gain a greater understanding of plant communities in Scotland.

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