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Bishops Wood Open Day and BioBlitz

Fancy a free weekend out to delve into history, wildlife and traditional crafts?

Then join us as we open the doors to our Worcestershire centre, Bishops Wood. Read this blog to find out more!

Celebrating the 10th Year of the Young Darwin Scholarship

Celebrating the 10th Year of the Young Darwin Scholarship

By Dylan Byrne

Check out our new blog by Dylan Byrne, who explains more about the opportunity and shares feedback from other organisations and previous scholars.

 

Craneflies To Light Project

Increasing Cranefly Records in the UK

By Rachel Davies

Recently, BioLinks have teamed up with the Cranefly Recording Scheme to help out one particular group of invertebrates. Our newly developed initiative aims to increase cranefly records in the UK to learn more about these underappreciated insects.

NVC Winter Habitat Survey - A Day In The Life of a Course Participant

Taking Part in a Natural History Course

By Chelsea Boden

Join Chelsea Boden as she walks us through an NVC Habitat Survey course, covering what the day involved, some of the things she's learnt and a selection of the recorded species.

Curating the Past, Creating the Future: Legacies in Biological Recording

 NFBR Conference 2022

By Keiron Derek Brown

If you love wildlife and want to know how species observations can be used, this conference will showcase some of the fantastic projects and biological recording initiatives happening across the UK.

The Fantastical Lives of Ants

"When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die."The Fantastical Lives of Ants Promo Image

By Gino Brignoli

It has been suggested that there are 10 quadrillion ants alive at any one time! These extraordinary numbers reflect ants' successful colonisation of their local environments and has sometimes given rise to some truly bizarre adaptations...

Freshwater Invertebrate Sampling Techniques

Life Below the Surface

By Rachel Davies

Explore the 'why' and 'how' of freshwater invertebrate recording with our FSC BioLinks tutor, Rachel Davies – and join us on a course to stay curious!

A Glowing Report for Scotland

 Lampyris noctiluca in Scotland

By Charlotte Martin

‘Fireflies? In Scotland? Aye right!’ I can hear the resounding shouts from here. But it’s true, Scotland is home to a charismatic downright enchanting beetle that does indeed glow, well, at least the female does...

Habitat Management for Invertebrates

An Introduction to Key Concepts

Habitat management is a vast, varied subject and should not be approached as ‘one size fits all’. This blog includes an introduction to why management is needed for wildlife and a talk by Pete Boardman that delves into some specific examples of habitat management in the UK.

Recording the Gammer Zows, Hardy Backs and Cheese Logs of the UK

Do you love Cheese Logs as much as we do?

By Gino Brignoli and Rachel Davies

What are Billy Bakers, Monkey Peas, Gammer Zows, Parson's Pigs, Chiggy Wigs, Cheese Logs, Daddy Granfers, Granny Grunters, Slate Cutters, Hardy Backs, Penny Sows, and Cheesy Bugs? And what do they have in common?

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