Mission Invertebrate

This weekend I was back at The Regent's Park helping with their project Mission Invertebrate. This project is funded by the People's Postcode Lottery and is investigating what invertebrates live in The Regent's Park and how this relates to where the Park's hedgehog population lives. The project is a citizen science project - members of …

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Throwback Thursday – sorting litter at home and abroad (July 2014)

Today I look back at my volunteer work sorting leaf litter samples with the Natural History Museum Soil Biodiversity Group. Since I finished volunteering on the BESS Earthworm Project I have been continuing to work in the Natural History Museum Soil Biodiversity Group sorting leaf litter samples on my day off. After the sieved leaf litter …

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Throwback Thursday – Earthworms by numbers (May 2014)

A day late for #wormwednesday this post looks back on the earthworms I identifying during my volunteer work on the Natural History Museum Soil Biodiversity Group BESS Earthworm Project.   Last week I finished sorting and identifying ‘my’ half of the Soil Biodiversity Group’s samples from the BESS Earthworm Project. The tubes from the last …

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