A Date for Your Diary – 16th November 2019 – Recording Nature in Sorbyshire
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“RECORDING NATURE IN SORBYSHIRE” – THE TWO MILLION RECORDS SYMPOSIUM.
All members, friends and members of local organisations are invited to a celebration of nature recording at Treeton Miners Welfare.
Derek Whiteley will get things going with a talk and discussion covering a history of biological recording by the Sorby Natural History Society, sharing records with national and county recording schemes, sharing records with LBRCs and the basics of iRecord and NBN Atlas for the confused. How the Sorby fits into the big picture.
There will be presentations and poster displays from the Society’s Recorders and Recording Scheme Organisers. Provisional speaker list includes Roger Butterfield (Vascular Plants), Steve Price (Lichens), Harold Smith (Birds), Alistair McLean (Dragonflies), Derek Whiteley (Hoverflies), Jane Hewitt (Moths), Stuart Crofts (Riverflies) and Sorby Fungus Group.
Find out more about our Recording Schemes and meet some of the Recorders and other field naturalists in a relaxed friendly atmosphere. (More details next month – mark your diary NOW!).
There will be a bar, refreshments and a cake to celebrate 2 million records on the Society’s 23 databases. There will be plenty of time to socialise, discuss, network and party.