The David Robertson Youth Award – 5 years on
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Written by Cally Ullman-Smith, winner of the inaugural David Robertson Youth Award (2015) Life has certainly been busy since the … Continued

The Gilbert White Youth Award – 5 years on
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Written by James McCulloch, winner of the inaugural Gilbert White Youth Award (2015) In November 2015, I was honoured to … Continued

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

NBN Conference – a first timer’s review
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Written by Katie Utting, The Otter Trust Sir John Lawton set the scene for the NBN Conference 2019, with an … Continued

My first conference!
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Blog written by Laura Turner, a Biology Masters student at the University of Sheffield. Meeting the people protecting our wildlife: … Continued

CJS turns 25!
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Blog written by Kerryn Humphreys, CJS Editor The first edition of Countryside Jobs Service, which later became CJS Weekly, was … Continued

Nature for all
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Blog written by Tom Sheppard. It can be difficult to explain elements of the work I do within the ecology … Continued

QGIS – is there something missing?
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The Field Studies Council is conducting an online consultation on the FSC QGIS Plugin which will be of interest to … Continued