The BIG Biodiversity Challenge

The BIG BIodiversity Challenge to ‘Do One Thing’ invites you to add one new biodiversity enhancement to your site. Join the movement to protect and…

Beavers in Scotland report front cover. ©SNH

Survey of Tayside beavers 

Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has commissioned additional survey work to provide an up-to-date estimate of beaver family numbers in Tayside. This work follows from Environment…

Introducing a new team member

My name is Jonathan Fenn, and I am currently undertaking a 3-month work placement at the National Biodiversity Network office in Nottingham. This placement is…

Results of the NBN Membership Review

As you may recall during 2016 we undertook a review of the Membership scheme. The outcome of the review is contained within ‘NBN Trust Membership…

ID Trainers – April 2017 Update

Our trainees have been extremely busy over the last month, with a few changes going on within the group too so I thought I would…

NBN Atlas Update

Transfers from NBN Gateway In total 701 datasets (71.8% of the 977 datasets publicly available on the Gateway), containing 55.6 million records were transferred from…

Network News – April 2017

View Network News April 2017. In this issue: NBN Atlas is live! SBIF Review questionnaire – last few days to respond NBN EasyMaps available for…

NBN Atlas tool for QGIS

Since its initial release in 2014 the FSC TomBio plugin for QGIS has provided a convenient access to NBN distribution maps and records from within…

NBN Atlas is CIEEM Awards finalist!

The NBN Secretariat is delighted to announce that the NBN Atlas is a finalist in the 2017 CIEEM Awards. The CIEEM Awards are a celebration…

The NBN Atlas is now live!

As you will hopefully be aware, the NBN Atlas and NBN Atlas Wales went live on 1st April.  The NBN Gateway was turned off at…

Submit Cuckoo Records Online

Mark the return of Spring by listening out for the cuckoo! For many, the distinctive sound of Spring is the call of the cuckoo.  Now,…

Let’s Talk About Data

Communication principles for the wildlife recording community. Recording wildlife is a great British tradition stretching back to the 1700s and the days of Gilbert White.…

A day at the zoo with a difference

Join expert tutors for a new programme of exciting introductory days, held at Edinburgh Zoo. 2017 sees the first courses in a new partnership between…

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