Monthly Archives: July 2017

Big Butterfly Count 2017 This year again, we need you to help us and count our butterflies! As they react very quickly to climate and environment changes, their distribution is essential to understand biological and natural processes. Besides, it will help us identifying

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App review – iRecord Butterflies

If you want to develop you identification skills for plants and animals, then using your mobile is much easier then lugging around reference books. This week I have been using iRecord Butterflies to see how useful their identification guide is.

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Giving Back to Nature Event

Get involved on the 23rd July to help survey flora and fauna on the Bee Field!  Location: Bee Field at Bolivot, St Saviour  Timings:  10:00 -13:00 Run by the Jersey Beekeepers Association who intention to run this as an annual event. This

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A first for Jersey – Snail surveys

I am doing some slug and land snail surveys in order to discover the diversity and richness of the island. This involves identifying and recording a group of organisms about which we currently know very little. Indeed, no data have

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