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Using a pond net to record aquatic species - photo by Tony Beyga

Who would you nominate for an NBN wildlife recording award?

There are five categories of Award:

  • NBN Award for Wildlife Recording – Terrestrial (open to individuals 21 years +)
  • NBN Award for Wildlife Recording – Marine (open to individuals 21 years +)
  • NBN Group Award (no age restrictions)
  • NBN Young Person’s Award (open to individuals aged 11-20)
  • NBN Newcomer Award (open to individuals 21 years +)

Nominating an exceptional wildlife recorder or group is very simple - just go to the NBN Awards for Wildlife Recording and complete a short form by Sunday 17 July.

 

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Recording in the field

Photo © Pete Boardman

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