160 delegates attended the 2019 NBN Conference, which was held at the Albert Hall, Nottingham, on 13 and 14 November.  A cross section of organisations were represented and included delegates from wildlife NGOs, academia, local environmental records centres, recording schemes, country agencies, students and individuals all concerned with biodiversity data and wildlife recording.

There were two keynote addresses, the annual Sir John Burnett Memorial lecture, 17 presentations and an afternoon of Network Knowledge Exchange sessions.

With social media buzzing for the two days, the snippets below provide a flavour of the discussions that took place.  You can search for all of the related Tweets by using #NBNconf19 on Twitter.

We also streamed the two keynote addresses via Facebook Live, so if you were there, you can relive the event and if you weren’t able to join us, you will hopefully get a good idea of how it went!

PDFs of all of the presentations and a selection of photographs can also be found on the NBN Conference 2019 Presentations and Photographs page.