Worcestershire Recorders recording days are full day visits to a variety of sites, both Worcestershire Wildlife Reserves and private land. The aim of the day is to find and record as many species as possible, to provide a base list for the site. All records are sent the Worcestershire Biological Records Centre, and uploaded to national databases.
Recording days are held from 10am to 4pm, traditionally on a summer Saturday.
Six recorrding days are intended for 2024, with one or two on days other than Saturday. Details will be available for members in the New Year. If you are interested in joining, please contact us.
Three meetings were held in 2023. We recorded at Dropping Well farm for the Worcestershire Wildlife Trust Heathland restoration, land between Grimley and Hallow for Malvern Hills District Council and at a private site on the banks of the Severn. The meeting reports and species lists will be published in the Worcestershire Record No. 52.
Three recording days were held in 2022, at orchards owned by the Vale Landscape Heritage Trust and Heart of England Forest, at Wild Goose Rural Training and on Worcestershire Wildlife Trust land adjacent to their Monkwood reserve. The meeting reports were published in the Worcestershire Record No. 50.