Nature’s Calendar talk – on Zoom next Tuesday 19th April 6.30pm
Calling all Scotland volunteers. This is just a reminder about our first free online event for all Scotland volunteers:
Topic: An Introduction to Nature’s Calendar and how you can get involved
Date: Tuesday 19th April
Time: 6.30pm – 7.30pm
Location: Zoom – please see joining details below. No need to book – just turn up.
Lorienne Whittle, who runs our Nature’s Calendar programme, will be speaking about this important and long-running project, and there will be time at the end to ask questions.
Nature’s Calendar is a citizen science phenology project that enables us to track the effects of weather and climate change on wildlife in the UK. Phenology is the study of seasonal changes in plants and animals from year to year, such as flowering of plants, emergence of insects and migration of birds, especially their timing and relationship with weather and climate.
Nature’s Calendar volunteers record the dates of certain events which happen to certain species during the changing seasons.
We’d love you to join in with Nature’s Calendar to help us to map the effects of climate change on nature. If you decide to take part, you’ll be contributing to a long biological record that dates back as far as 1736. Nature’s Calendar volunteers aren’t registered volunteers in the same way that you are for your existing roles with us..anyone can take part.
There is no need to book this event. Just turn up using the Zoom link below:
Topic: In Introduction to Nature’s Calendar
Time: Apr 19, 2022 06:30 PM London
Join Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 947 1935 8830
We hope to see you there!
Scotland Volunteering Development Officer