Beautiful Burial Ground Survey

The Beautiful Burial Ground Project has been running for 4 years, inspiring and supporting people to learn more about the biodiversity and heritage of burial…

Network News – July 2021

View Network News – July 2021. In this issue: NBN Awards for Wildlife Recording NBN Atlas update ‘State of Nature Data’ survey Honorary Membership of…

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iNaturalistUK User Group

Following the recent launch of iNaturalist in the UK, led by the NBN Trust, we would like to know more about how individuals, organisations and groups are using…

Invasive Non-Native Species Strategy Review

On behalf of the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) and in liaison with the Scottish and Welsh Government, APEM Limited, invites you…

‘State of Nature Data’ Survey

Wildlife and Countryside Link is running a survey to review environmental data and the environmental data infrastructure in support of land use planning and environmental policies…

Network News – June 2021

View Network News June 2021. In this issue: Mapping the Species Data Pathway – New Report NBN Awards for Wildlife Recording NBN Atlas update Honorary…

Mapping the Species Data Pathway – New Report

High quality, current and accessible species data are essential to underpin environmental policy and land use planning. Implementing and evaluating outcomes from the Environment Bill,…

Map your log pile. Log Pyramid c. Colin Hawes

Map your log pile

People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) is launching a new campaign to encourage people to create deadwood habitats in their gardens and green spaces. Deadwood…

NBN Atlas update

Performance and stability problems Following our previous update on 7 April, we were provided with a number of recommendations by the specialist Solr company we…

Request for information

The NBN Trust would like to request information from educational institutions that use records from the NBN Atlas. In the last year we have seen…

Floating pennywort c. Trevor Renals

New campaign to control Floating Pennywort

Environmental groups and government agencies are coming together to help halt the spread of Floating Pennywort, the invasive, non-native plant that presents a major threat…

FSC free wildlife guides

Field Studies Council (FSC), has thousands of easy-to-use guides to send to people in England aged 16–25 and those working with this age group. FSC…

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