Butterfly Conservation have published a new free guide to help with identification of the butterflies and moths of Dumfries & Galloway and Ayrshire.
New regional ID guide to butterflies and mothsWednesday 10th March 2010
New field guide to mosses and liverwortsThursday 4th March 2010
A new field guide to mosses and liverworts has just been published by the British Bryological Society (BBS), with new keys, photos and illustrations.
Biodiversity newsletters...Thursday 5th June 2008
The latest editions of two biodiversity related newsletters are now available.
Welcome to Wildlife publication launchedTuesday 11th March 2008
A new booklet about the best places to see wildlife in Dumfries and Galloway is now available. 'Welcome to Wildlife in Dumfries & Galloway' is a free, fully illustrated 24 page booklet which aims to give local people and visitors an introduction to the wildlife of Dumfries and Galloway.
Scottish Biodiversity Forum newsletter Issue 25Friday 25th January 2008
The latest issue of the Scottish Biodiversity Forum newsletter is now available.
Wildlife Festival 2008 events programme launchedTuesday 18th December 2007
The leaflet publicising the spring 2008 Dumfries and Galloway Wildlife Festival is now available. With over 40 events planned around the Easter period, the programme gives an excellent opportunity for anyone, from beginners to experienced wildlife watchers, to experience and learn a little more about our local wildlife.
2008 Local Wildlife Calendar availableFriday 14th December 2007
The Lockerbie Wildlife Trust have produced a calendar of local wildlife images for 2008.
Autumn 2007 Catchment Management Project newsletterThursday 11th October 2007
The Autumn 2007 newsletter for the Dumfries and Galloway Catchment Management Project is now available.
New regional Bird Report publishedWednesday 22nd August 2007
The latest edition of the Dumfries and Galloway bird report is now available.
Wildlife recording publication launchedWednesday 22nd August 2007
DGERC are pleased to announce the availability of a new free booklet promoting wildlife recording in the region. The publication, which includes excellent contributions from many local recorders and recording groups, is a first for the region and highlights some of the valuable recording which took place in 2006.