National Bat Monitoring Programme




National Bat Monitoring Programme The BCT runs a number of national, annual surveys through a volunteer network to monitor the status of many of our … [Read more...]




Great Seabird Mystery




This year for Springwatch I'm investigating the great seabird mystery: why are some colonies doing fine while others are in crisis? With some of the … [Read more...]




Make Your Nature Count




The RSPB wants to know what crawls, slithers, scuttles, flutters and flies in your garden with its new spring survey.  Make Your Nature Count … [Read more...]




Bumble Bee Survey




The Bumble Bee Conservation Trust are looking for people to support them and need your help to map the distributions of our bumblebees. In … [Read more...]




National Soil & Earthworm Survey




March - May 2009 The Open Air Laboratories (OPAL) network is an exciting new initiative, open to anyone with an interest in nature. Their aim is … [Read more...]




Big Garden Bird Watch is 30




2009 sees the 30th birthday of the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch, the world's biggest bird survey, providing a vital snapshot of the UK's birds each … [Read more...]




Bat Count




  The Bat Conservation Trust are looking for volunteers to help them count bats. They need to be able to have an idea of how many bats there … [Read more...]




Water vole survey helpers




London Wildlife Trust's Water Vole Project aims to establish the current distribution and status of water voles in the capital, recommend suitable … [Read more...]




Dragonflies & Damselflies




You can help waterway ecologists. Let Waterscape know what species you've spotted on Britain's rivers, lakes and canals by taking part in British … [Read more...]




Buglife




  The Scarlet malachite beetle Malachius aeneus, a beautiful red and green insect found on just eight sites in the UK, emerges from its winter … [Read more...]