Releasing the Reptiles and Amphibians of World Museum
NBN Blog: https://nbn.org.uk/blogs/nbn-blog/releasing-the-reptiles-and-amphibians-of-world-museum/

Written by John-James Wilson, Vertebrate Zoology at World Museum, National Museums Liverpool Like colleagues at natural history collections across the … Continued

SBIF Review update
SBIF Blog: https://nbn.org.uk/blogs/sbif-blog/sbif-review-update/

The Covid-19 crisis has had an enormous impact on the world.  It has exposed our vulnerabilities and how deeply connected (or disconnected) we are with … Continued

Investing in Nature – celebrating another SBIF milestone
SBIF Blog: https://nbn.org.uk/blogs/sbif-blog/investing-in-nature-celebrating-another-sbif-milestone/

Today SBIF reached another milestone in that our ‘SBIF Review Investment Programme Proposal’ has just been formally submitted to Scottish … Continued

NBN Conference – a first timer’s review
Blogs, NBN Blog: https://nbn.org.uk/blogs/nbn-blog/nbn-conference-a-first-timers-review/

Written by Katie Utting, The Otter Trust Sir John Lawton set the scene for the NBN Conference 2019, with an … Continued

A time to celebrate!
SBIF Blog: https://nbn.org.uk/blogs/sbif-blog/time-to-celebrate/

Blog written by Rachel Tierney, SBIF Development Officer. Following Scotland’s call for a sustainable biodiversity data network, great energy went … Continued

My First Biological Record
SBIF Blog: https://nbn.org.uk/blogs/sbif-blog/my-first-biological-record/

Blog written by Jonathan Willet, BRISC Committee member. It might surprise you to know that Lourdes has played a part … Continued

Why do Councils need access to biological data?
SBIF Blog: https://nbn.org.uk/blogs/sbif-blog/why-do-councils-need-access-to-biological-data/

Blog written by Guy Harewood, Sustainable Development Officer at Stirling Council. First up, the formal introduction with the usual quotes … Continued