Cofnod, who provide a local focus for the collation, management and provision of environmental data, are appealing for information on mammals to be sent to them for the Snowdonia Mammal Atlas. ">
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Feature: I-Spy a Mammal in Snowdonia
30/04/2007

The important info to record is what, where and when, i.e. what you saw, where you saw it (6-fig grid ref if possible) and when you saw it. Then submit the recording along with your contact details. A downloadable recording form is available (click here).
Further downloadable details on recommended methods of recording information and details of species can be found in our document library
(click here) in the Mammal Survey section.



Cofnodalso run monthly training workshops, which in the main take the form of guided recording walks. Kate Williamson, Park Biodiversity Co-ordinator, said: " There is no substitute for seeing field signs in-situ and learning from the experience of others."



Details
of such future planned walks are given below. Contact Kate Williamson
for further details: 01766 772255, 07900 267547 or Kate.Williamson@eryri-npa.gov.uk.



Guided walk Sat 24th March - Becky Groves - G.R. Sq12 SH7060

Guided walk Sun 1st April - Kate Williamson - G.R. Sq111 SH6000

Guided walk May* - Pauline Barber - G.R. Sq44 SH7540

Guided walk June* - Chris Hall - G.R. Sq39 SH8545

Guided walk Sun 1st July - Kate Williamson - G.R. Sq72 SH6525

Bat Walk August* - Chris Hall - TBA

Guided walk Sat 8th Sept - Jan Baylis - G.R. Sq93 SH8515

Guided walk Sun 14th Oct - Jan Baylis - G.R. Sq74 SH7525

Guided walk November* - Pauline Barber - G.R. Sq23 SH8050

* date to be confirmed

Topic: Wildlife in Snowdonia; Snowdonia Mammal Survey.

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