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2020: Recording Nearby Nature

2020 was a year that I am sure many people will remember for the rest of their lives. The COVID-19 virus swept across the world and we...

Beautiful Bryophytes

Like many people, especially outdoorsy people, I find winters difficult. The long-dark cold nights and days where the sun never seems to...

Biological Recording Talk

I recently did a talk for the Natural History Society of Northumbria on biological recording. You can view it on YouTube here.

7 Biological Recording Blog Posts

Hi all, I have written 7 blog posts this week for the Wildlife Trusts. Each one focuses on different aspects of biological recording....

New Website!

Dear readers, I have decided to start a fresh and design a new website. If you are reading this then welcome to my new and (hopefully)...

A Decade of Biological Recording

Dear readers, I started biological recording in 2010 when I was 16 years old. As we enter 2020 this means I have been generating...

2019: A Different Approach

For a few years now, I have set myself targets for numbers of new species to see and record. These are often aspirational and don’t...

A Wonderful Wildlife Filled Week

I have been rather busy at work recently running the WILDside Project so was looking forward to a week off for a long time. I headed down...

Lessons From Learning Bryophytes

As readers of this blog will probably know, I have been saying for literally years now that I want to get more to grips with bryophytes...

New Year

Today is the 7th of January, the end of the first week of a New Year. I meant to do this blog post on the 1st but that never quite...

Bees in Buckinghamshire

I have now recorded 87 wild bee species in Buckinghamshire. There are many more to find, but the ones I have found so far are as follows:...