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Biological data for south-east and part of central Scotland

Monkey Flower (Mimulus guttatus)
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Events Calendar

This page lists events that may be of interest to volunteers in our area. Some events may provide opportunities to develop your wildlife survey or identification skills or provide networking opportunities. Events are categorised as follows: E - Excursion; T - Training event; S - Survey; C - Conference; L = Lecture or talk; O - Other events. The calendar is not exhaustive and we would like to encourage you to send us details of relevant events to keep it up to date.

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Sat 6

Calderwood SSSI, West Lothian


Recording Excursion

Invertebrates. More info on excursions page



Sat 14

TWIC Office, Vogrie House, Vogrie Country Park (Midlothian)

Midlothian Council

Doors Open Day

Details pending.



Sat 5

Penicuik community campus, Midlothian

Midlothian Science Festival

Fun science

TWIC will be in attendance. Details forthcoming.


Sun 6

Harestanes Visitor Centre, nr Ancrum (Scottish Borders)

Live Borders/ Borders Organic Gardeners

Apple Day

TWIC stall. Details pending.

TWIC is a company limited by guarantee - registered in Scotland No. SC234339. A recognised Scottish Charity SC034113. TWIC acknowledges financial support from Scottish Natural Heritage.