Suffolk Biodiversity Information Service - Press Release


On the 1st April 2016 SBRC changed its name to Suffolk Biodiversity Information Service (SBIS). This marks the incorporation of Biodiversity advice into the range of services we offer. The new name also emphasises service provision rather than the ‘dusty cupboard’ impression given by ‘Centre’. SBIS will continue to collect, collate and manage information on the natural environment and to share that information with people in Suffolk who need it for decision making, conservation and education.


PondNet Spawn Survey 2017

Until the end of May PondNet are running their Spawn Survey. In addition to the full PondNet surveys the Freshwater Habitats Trust would like volunteers to record sightings of frog and toad spawn using a simple online recording form and guide. Records can be from any pond - garden, village etc...


Bats and churches set for a harmonious future

A new project bridging the gap between bat conservation and the protection of historic churches has received £3.8million of National Lottery support. The five-year Bats in Churches partnership between Natural England, the Church of England, Bat Conservation Trust, Historic England and the Churches Conservation Trust is set to trial new techniques to enable bats and church congregations to live together more harmoniously.



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