The difference between a stinging wasp and a harmless hoverfly trying to mimic it can be small, but easier to see if you know what to look for
The idea that is starting to spread is to put nets on cars that volunteers drive around on a special route on certain times. Collecting samples of the insects there and counting and documenting what they have found
Watching kids walk everywhere and point their phones around caching Pokemon Go virtual creatures I was just one of many wondering... couldn't this be used in ways to document biodiversity and wildlife... I sketched up my idea and explained it on a Citizen Science conference and a guy said: "it exist... several ones I think" The most well-known one is called "Seek"
The fieldfare is a strongly migratory bird breeding in Asia and Northern Europe. Heading south in the winter. And to the British isles
dw00173 - European Golden plover ( Hjejle, Pluvialis Apricaria ) is the fastest game bird in Ireland - Or is it? - The question kicked off the beginning of the book Guinness World records in 1951
Every year garden owners throw out thousand of tons of perfectly good and bio rich tree and garden cut off - Could we mimic river flooding and use all this to create amazing biodiversity hotspots close to our cities?
Logbook - using the day reading, writing and sketching up how local coast communities can grow stronger by helping cold stunned sea turtles
Drawing up sketches of freshwater fish here a Ninespined stickleback (nipigget hundestejle in Danish)