Monthly Archives: March 2015
A quadrat is a tool used in ecology to divide a certain area into sections so that plants within the area can be identified and counted. This handy guide shows you How To make a frame quadrat for yourself! You will need: Scissors Duct Tape or similar 4x 12″ long sticks or garden canes per […]
It was amazing to meet so many BioBlitzers on Saturday 14th March at the Science & Engineering day. We hope to see you all on 5th and 6th June!
A “BioBlitz” is a great outdoor, community event where expert naturalists and members of the public work together to do a fast survey of all forms of life in a natural space. It’s a race to find as many different species of plants, birds, insects, fungi, mammals, and everything else as possible!