Finding Nature’s Footprints is providing training opportunities in the North Devon Coast National landscape. The project and partners are working to train people in species identification, wildlife surveying and monitoring techniques that follow already set up and standardised surveys. Project events, including training, can be seen on the main National Landscape events page
Northam Burrows Country Park lies at the western edge of the Taw Torridge Estuary, is 253 hectares of grassy coastal plain with salt marsh, sand dunes and generally unimproved grasslands and is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
As a partner on the project, we will work alongside Northam Burrows as a great location to train volunteers and survey for wildlife.
The National Trust are carrying out an 8-year project to create species-rich grassland across 70 miles of North Devon, from Torridge to West Exmoor. We will be able to collaborate with training and surveying opportunities across National Trust land.
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The North Devon Voluntary Services is an independent charity based in Barnstaple that provides support and specialist advice to voluntary organisations and social enterprises in the local area. Their mission is to strengthen and champion the work of local organisations by representing, developing and supporting voluntary and community action.
They run the website Devon Connect, which is Devon’s online community hub, where we will be putting all the events we run in the future so be sure to check it regularly for updates.
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Take a look at our Eventbrite page to find out about upcoming workshops and surveys!