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Our new County Wildlife Site trainees have started

Added: 29th April 2015

Our new County Wildlife Site trainees have started

Our two new County Wildlife Site trainees have now started. Belinda Ayres and Rachel Seddon will be volunteering for us over the summer learning how to survey County Wildlife Sites. They will be starting off learning how to identify plants, preparing for surveys and contacting landowners. We look forward to working...

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Sand crocus

Added: 8th April 2015

Sand crocus

This photo of the nationally rare sand crocus was taken by Mr L Thompson over the bank holiday weekend at Dawlish Warren.  Sand Crocus was recorded at the warren as long ago as 1834 and until a recent discovery in southern Cornwall, the Warren was the only known UK site...

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Woodland plant workshop

Added: 30th March 2015

Woodland plant workshop

Last week, Fiona and Alex from DBRC ran a woodland plant workshop at Buckland Abbey in the Tamar Valley. Fifteen people attended the day leaning how to identify woodland plants around the woods at Buckland Abbey, in particular getting to grip with woodland ferns. This...

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Otter spotter day in Tamar Valley

Added: 10th March 2015

Otter spotter day in Tamar Valley

We had a great day on Saturday at Lopwell Barn in the Tamar Valley AONB, looking for signs of otters. 21 people attended the day to learn how to survey for otters. As a result of this, 14 new sites, mostly in and around the AONB...

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Both our trainees have secured jobs!

Added: 12th February 2015

Both our trainees have secured jobs!

Well done to our County Wildlife Site trainees who have both managed to get jobs with ecological consultancies. Ali will be joining Seasons Ecology near Tiverton and Ed will be going to EAD consultants in Exeter. We are very grateful for all the hard work from the trainees over the last year...

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We are currently recruiting for this year's CWS trainees

Added: 2nd February 2015

We are currently recruiting for this year's CWS trainees

We are currently recruiting for this year's County Wildlife Site trainees. Ideal for individuals who wish to work in the ecology and conservation sector, and want to increase their expertise and field experience.

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