I have been asked to circulate this invitation – please do come! Please let Katie Aspin (email@example.com) if you would like to attend and would like the official invitation (I’m so sorry, I have failed miserably in uploading the scenic invite it to the Blog!) Charlotte
Twite Project Officer (working hours Monday – Thursday)email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Using modern Red List criteria, which identify species of the highest conservation concern, the State of Nature report published last year assessed 8,000 species. Of these, 15% are extinct or threatened with extinction from Great Britain. The South Pennines is an area of internationally important habitat for rare species, including birds of prey and waders. For example, this is home to the last outpost for breeding pairs of Twite ( our own ‘Pennine Finch’) in England and native species such as the Bilberry Bumble Bee.
What is happening here in the South Pennines to these populations …and what can we do to help ?
Speakers include :
Tim Melling, Senior Conservation Officer, RSPB
Sarah Proctor, Community Science Project Manager, Moors for the Future.
RSPB State of Nature