Come along and learn about how your wildlife observations are making a difference to our understanding of nature.

This 1-day event will bring together wildlife recorders from across London to hear about some of the exciting projects and initiatives being undertaken in the capital through a series of presentations.

London Recorders Day is a collaborative effort between the FSC BioLinks project, Greenspace Information for Greater London and the Natural History Museum. The first ever London Recorders Day took place in November 2018 and was a huge success, so the event has been repeated in 2019and 2021, with the 4th event due to take place on Sat 29 Oct 2022.

This hybrid conference will take place at the Natural History Museum in London and also be accessible to a virtual audience via Zoom.

Earlybird discounts are available – but these spaces are limited so book asap to avoid disappointment.

Ticket types and fees

The event is subsidised by the National Lottery Heritage Fund through the FSC BioLinks project enabling us to minimise the cost to attendees.

  • In-person attendance (earlybird): £10 (limited spaces available until 15 Sep 2022)
  • In-person attendance: £15
  • Online attendance (earlybird): £5 (limited spaces available until 15 Sep 2022)
  • Online attendance: £10

Example Timetable

Programme and confirmed speakers

Details of the speakers and their presentations will follow soon.

London Natural History Society Updates Keiron Brown will provide updates from the London Natural History Society and their recording and education efforts across London.

Recording the Unrecordable Some invertebrates can be very difficult to identify, leading to their status as ‘under-recorded’ groups. Gino Brignoli will discuss how the FSC BioLinks project has been tackling this issue in London and share the project achievements and findings.

What's Included

Bursaries and Subsidies

FSC BioLinks

FSC BioLinks is an exciting project for FSC in the South East and West Midlands, bringing together existing volunteers with skills in biological recording and identification, and new volunteers.

This project provides subsidised training courses, learning opportunities and digital tools focussed on invertebrate identification for anyone involved or interested in biological recording, to build and strengthen the community.

Invertebrates provide us with many useful ecosystem services, like pollination and decomposition, which we cannot survive without but their numbers are declining. Few people know how to identify or record invertebrates meaning there is a lack of data

We are delighted to have been awarded a grant of £1.23 million from the National Lottery Heritage Fund for this project.

Before You Attend

Notes for in-person attendees

Complimentary tea/coffee will be provided during a morning tea break and over the lunch break (please provide any dietary requirements when booking). Please note that lunch is not provided at this event in order to minimise the cost to attendees.

Registration from 10:00 am for a 10:30 am start. The event will conclude by 4 pm.

Notes for online attendees

The event will be delivered via Zoom, with a link sent to attendees the day before the event. Please log into the meeting room at 10:25 am for a 10: 30 start.

Please note that after booking on to the event:

  • You will need to download the Zoom software before we start. This is free and you can do so here:
  • You can sign into the Zoom test meeting any time before to test if everything is working for you here:

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