Go Wild on Wight

Friday June 2nd dawned bright and sunny and by 8.30am people were on site to begin setting up their gazeboes in the picnic area by the main car park. There had been moth traps set on the previous evening and the first records, of 62 moth species from a total catch of 327 specimens, were soon being entered into the database.

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15 June 2017
01:35:00 pm, Categories: Events

Go Wild in Parkhurst Forest is a free family event looking at the Islandís wildlife both during the day and at night. The event is on Friday 2nd June around Parkhurst Forest from 10am to 4pm with a Bat Detecting walk taking place at 9pm.

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24 May 2017
11:04:00 am, Categories: Events

From 1st April 2017 there is a revised scale of charges for data supply by the Isle of Wight Local Records Centre. See this link for details http://www.wildonwight.co.uk/lrc/datarequests.php and the new data request form.

This is the first increase in charges since 2010.

28 March 2017
01:47:00 pm, Categories: Events

The annual Isle of Wight Recordersí Conference on 4th February 2017 was well attended, and provided a valuable opportunity to meet up with other experts and enthusiasts, as well has hear some excellent presentations about the Islandís wildlife.

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14 March 2017
11:25:00 am, Categories: Events

You are invited to attend the Isle of Wight Recordersí Conference on Saturday 4th February 2017 2 - 4.30pm at the Community Centre, Main Rd, Arreton (Parking is available next to the hall; if this area is full, there is overflow parking available at the primary school opposite).

This yearís programme

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24 January 2017
09:42:00 am, Categories: Events

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