TWIC organises two conferences a year to bring together individuals interested in wildlife recording and conservation from across the region. A series of talks are delivered around a conference theme and
there is a chance to promote local recording initiatives through displays and open-mike sessions.
Reports from previous conferences and some presentations or summaries of talks can be found here.
Farming and Biodiversity in Scotland – An Essential Partnership
Date: Sat 29 April 2017, 10:00 - 16:30
Location: Brunton Hall, Musselburgh, East Lothian (EH21 6AA)
Details: Talks will highlight the diversity of wildlife found on farmland - from soil organisms through to wildflowers, birds and mammals - and how this interest can be managed.
There will also be two talks from previous speakers to update us on their projects. Download the programme
here [PDF, 80.9 KB] and the flyer
here [PDF, 2.97 MB].
Cost: FREE, including buffet lunch, but booking is essential as numbers will be limited. To book, please visit
Getting there: For information on how to find the venue, including public transport options please visit The Brunton website.
With thanks to Caledonian Conservation Ltd. for sponsoring lunch.