Introduction to Biological Recording

Friday, February 10, 2017 to Sunday, February 12, 2017


This course is aimed at the naturalist who wants to become more involved in biological recording. We will help you navigate the sometimes confusing world of UK biological recording! Through a mixture of formal and informal teaching and field sessions, including a session on winter tree identification, this course will leave you with an understanding of UK biological recording and able to start/continue contributing valuable records yourself using the iRecord recording website.

No experience required! You can attend this course whatever your level of experience as a naturalist. We cater for those completely new to the world of natural history and biological recording through to those with experience as naturalists who want to take the next steps into recording their observations.

This two-night residential course is offered at an outstanding reduced rate of £120 thanks to support from the FSC Tomorrow's Biodiversity project.