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Bioblitz - 27 & 28 July

News about wildlife-related events in the Outer Hebrides.
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Matt T
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Bioblitz - 27 & 28 July

Post by Matt T » 10 Jun 2013, 12:13

The Island News & Advertiser Bioblitz will take place on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th July at Howmore machair, South Uist.

Biodiversity recording will be undertaken on the machair and nearby loch and river estuary, with findings will be recorded by OHBR and uploaded onto NBN.

I would encourage as many of you to attend as can make it. Details are in the current (May) edition of IN&A (page 6) with more details to follow next month.

Thanks.
Matt Topsfield
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Re: Bioblitz - 27 & 28 July

Post by christinej » 11 Jun 2013, 07:40

Outer Hebrides Biological Recording will be there helping with biological recording. So come along and discover what its all about.

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