Herts Invertebrate ProjectThe Herts Invertebrate Project is an initiative to promote the recording of invertebrates in Herts through the organisation of a calendar of site surveys.

The programme is co-organised by William Bishop and Joe Gray, who are both enthusiastic amateur naturalists. The overall objective is to increase the number of invertebrate records being made at a variety of key sites across the county, especially for under-recorded species groups. The meetings are open to all.

The Herts Invertebrate Project is also run with the aims of offering an environment in which newcomers to recording can develop their confidence and skills and, thus, ultimately helping to increase the number of people with the interest and ability to contribute to biological recording.

Get in touch

To find out more about the project, to join the mailing list, or to an express an interest in attending a meeting, please contact Joe Gray using this contact form.

Previous meetings

Invertebrate recording at Bovingdon Brickworks (Box Moor Trust)

Sat 24 Sep 2016

Invertebrate recording at Amwell Nature Reserve

Sat 27 Aug 2016

Invertebrate recording at Fir and Pond Woods near Potters Bar

Sat 13 Aug 2016

Invertebrate recording at Gaddesden Meadows near Hemel Hempstead

Sat 30 Jul 2016