SEWBReC’s Autumn Newsletter

SEWBReC logoSouth East Wales Biodiversity Recorders Centre (SEWBReC) produce the Gwent-Glamorgan Recorders’ Newsletter which usually has items of interest to Meadows Group members.

The autumn issue published in October 2014 (pdf) includes a report from Steph Tyler and Elsa Wood (Monmouthshire’s Botanical Recorders) on their highlights of 2014; information about the Local Records Centre’s Data Access Tool (which is free for anyone to use without registering at www.lrcwalesdat.org and you can easily waste a few hours on it); an article about Mary Gillham, pioneering female scientist who travelled the world in the 1950s, and the project to digitise her drawings and photographs of her beloved wildlife of South Wales; several articles covering some of the more obscure groups of invertebrates, and much more.

You can download back copies of their newsletters from their web site.