NFBR Conference 2018: Skill Development for Biological Recording
- Location: The Gateway, Shrewsbury
- Tutor: Various
- Dates: Thursday 10 May 2018 to Saturday 12 May 2018
- Conference Fee, Conference Dinner, 1 Night B&B Single Room: £155
- Conference Fee, Conference Dinner, 1 Night B&B Shared Room: £140
- Conference Fee, Conference Dinner, 2 Nights B&B Single Room: £240
- Conference Fee, Conference Dinner, 2 Nights B&B Shared Room: £225
- Conference Fee Only 1 Day NFBR Member: £45
- Conference Fee Only 2 Days NFBR Member: £70
- Conference Fee Only 1 Day Non-Member: £55
- Conference Fee Only 2 Days Non-Member: £80
- Conference Dinner No Accommodation NFBR Member: £25
- Conference Dinner No Accommodation Non-Member: £30
- 1 Night B&B Only Shared Room: £70
- 2 Nights B&B Only Shared Room: £105
- Extra Evening Meal NFBR Member: £25
- Extra Evening Meal Non-Member: £30
This course is now historical and therefore no bookings can be taken. Explore our current programme of courses here
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The National Forum for Biological Recording is the independent voice of Biological Recording in the UK.
The Field Studies Council and Manchester Metropolitan University are privileged to host the NFBR 2018 conference in their Preston Montford and The Gateway venues in Shrewsbury.
So what is biological recording? At its simplest, it is the information on where a recognised species, habitat or community is to be found, when it was seen and by whom. Yet, in combination with information about condition, traits and environmental parameters, this simple occurrence data is vital to guiding and monitoring sustainable development, wildlife protection and positive measures for conservation.
In relation to a growing population, resource stewardship and a changing climate, access to and the means to understand high quality biodiversity information are vital - but this is not always appreciated.
• brings together suppliers, managers, and users of information about species, habitats and wildlife sites;
• provides a forum for discussion and sharing of knowledge and experience;
• promotes the importance of biodiversity information in nature conservation, planning, research, education and public participation;
• represents the biological recording community.
The forum are inclusive and the conference is open to ALL. Join up and contribute to the discussions and workshops on where we should be leading in the development of biological recorders for the future.
Accommodation based at the Preston Montford Field Study Centre, where the Conference Dinner will take place.
The Conference presentations will take place at the Gateway, Shrewsbury. Transport between the two included in the fees.
Other accommodation is available within and around Shrewsbury and would need to be arranged separately.
The Field Day will be on Saturday, to Brown Moss in N.Shropshire, transport to be arranged with other delegates.
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This course is now historical and therefore no bookings can be taken. Explore our current programme of courses here.
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