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Wellbeing and Wildlife Monitoring

Written by Sally. Improve Your Health with Wildlife Monitoring Looking for a new hobby? An interest in the world around you not only benefits you personally but has the potential to make major impacts on your world. Going out in

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Toad Watch 2018

Toad watch is a joint initiative between us, the Jersey Biodiversity Centre, the Jersey Amphibian and Reptile Group (JARG) and the Department of the Environment. These three groups are working to monitor and protect Jersey’s toad, Bufo spinosus by recording sightings of the animal at all life

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Banded Centipede Identification

Here’s a simple species to identify from our centipede training 2017. The Banded Centipede (Lithobius veriegatus) can be identified apart from other centipedes as it has purple bands on its legs and centrally along its back. We are hoping to

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Bizarre animal survey

Over this past weekend we have been on a discovery quest. The treasure we are hunting is a bizarre group of animals that many people will have seen in their gardens – millipedes, centipedes and woodlice! It’s not surprising that Jersey’s

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Deadly Predators & Toxic Decomposers – Evening Talk

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Millipede, Centipede and Woodlice Workshop 2017

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Big Butterfly Count 2017

http://www.bigbutterflycount.org/about 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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Jersey Toadwatch – Get involved 2017!

The Jersey toad (Bufo spinosus, known locally as the Crapaud) has an iconic status and was once a familiar sight in island ponds and waterways. Recently numbers have declined and so, since 2005, conservationists have been using information from Jersey residents to

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