Recorders’ Conference 2020
Thank you to all attendees, speakers, recorders, societies, and everyone involved with organising the conference, for contributing to a wonderful day.
Our 2020 Recorders’ Conference was a resounding success, with the highest number of attendees in recent years and guests traveling from far and wide.
“The day was very well organised, I wouldn’t change a thing.”
– H. P.
“The balance between talks and informal gatherings (breaks and lunch) was just right.”
– M. C.
“All together, a nature wonderland.”
– H. L.
In addition to this very encouraging feedback, recorders have requested talks on hoverflies, molluscs, and beetles for next year. If these are your areas of expertise and you’re interested in speaking at our 2021 conference, please contact Stuart.
Download or View Presentations
Below are some of the presentations (PDF) from the day.
‘Recording Recovery – biological recording for a Wilder Future’, Steve Garland, Chair of The Wildlife Trusts England Committee
Plantlife’s LOST Legacy, April Windle, LOST Officer, Plantlife
Cumbria Dragonfly Atlas. David Clarke, British Dragonfly Society & Moustafa Eweda, CBDC
Pink-Footed Geese. Frank Mawby, Carlisle Natural History Society
Recording the county’s flora since 2000. Mike Porter, Cumbria Botany
Recording Days 2019 Review. Stuart Colgate, CBDC
Additional Links and Recording Group Info
Carlisle Natural History Society programme
– See 2020 programme (via CNHS website)
Cumbria Botany group
– See 2020 programme (via Cumbria Botany website)
Cumbria Lichen Group
Cumbria Bryology Group
Cumbria Amphibian and Reptile Group
– Visit website