Wildlife Recorders Conference 2017

Wildlife enthusiasts and got together for the fourth annual Tees Valley Wildlife Recorders Conference at Preston Park on Sunday 24th September.

This event is a partnership between ERIC NE and the Tees Valley Wildlife Trust with the aim of promoting the recording and monitoring of wildlife in the Tees Valley.

Here are copies of the presentations

Why your wildlife records matter – Paul Stevens – Presentation

Capturing our Coast – Jacqui Pocklington- Presentation

Could you be an invertebrate champion?- Malcolm Birtle- Presentation

How are our bees and pollinators doing? – Jim Turnball –  Presentation

A year in the life of the oak tree  – Sue Antrobus  –Presentation

How volunteer groups are monitoring the health of our rivers and streams- Sara Cox –Presentation

Wildlife Recorders Conference 2017 was last modified: September 26th, 2017 by Sue Antrobus