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Shetland Community Wildlife Group
- Welcome to INNS Week!
- Monitoring marine non-natives at UHI Shetland
- Introduced Plants in Shetland
- Introduced animals in Shetland
- Mousa Biosecurity Trail
Thompson Environmental Consultants
- Developers, watch out for these invasive species
- Thompson Habitats fight back against invasive species
- Taking action to tackle invasive species through volunteering (external link)
- Gardening without invasive plants
- What are invasive non-native species and their impacts?
- Why paddlers are tackling invasive non-native species.
- Invasive non-native species, how paddlers can help.
Tees Rivers Trust
- INNS week 2022: Day 1
- INNS week 2022: Day 2
- INNS week 2022: Day 3
- INNS week 2022: Day 4
- INNS week 2022: Day 5
Biosecurity for Life
- Guest blog: Project partners National Trust
- Jinx update one
- From the edge of the world – biosecurity on St Kilda
- The impact of INNS on trees and woodlands
- Recovering ‘Ratty’ - why we can’t shy away from tackling invasive American mink
- Working in partnership to tackle floating pennywort
- Tackling the INNS in our gardens
- Biosecurity for LIFE: protecting seabirds from invasive predators
- Reviewing Deer in Britain for Invasive Species Week – 16th -22nd May 2022
- Chinese Water Deer – INNS Week 2022
- Sika Deer – INNS Week 2022
- Reeves’ Muntjac Deer – INNS Week 2022
- Fallow Deer – INNS Week 2022
- Red Deer – INNS Week 2022
- Roe Deer – INNS Week 2022
- Stirling Council Council raises awareness of giant hogweed dangers
- British Trust for Ornithology Tackling invasives: unpicking the definitions
- Natural Resources Wales Controlling Cotoneaster across North Wales
- Rivercare Himalayan balsam
- Birds on the Edge Around the world with invasive species
- National Trust for Scotland From the edge of the world 2022 – part 4
- Broads Authority Public asked to look out for invasive species in the Broads
- British Rowing Why rowers need to Check, Clean, Dry
- Environment Agency On target to tackle invasive species
- Scottish Environment Link Invasive non-native species: should all nature be championed
- AQUA – The RAPID Response Invasive Species Week starts today!
- UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology Communicating the threat of invasive alien species across Europe
- PCA Property Care Invasive Species Week – public awareness & understanding is important!
- Reclaiming Reds – Invasive Species Week 2022
- Canoe Wales Be on the lookout - it's Invasive Non-native Species Week!
- South West Lakes Trust Working together to tackle the spread of invasive non-native species
- Cabi 5 UK invasive species and their impact on native wildlife
- Bualnaluib Primary School Introduction to biosecurity
- Scourie Primary School The story of American mink in Scotland
- Kellands Primary School Giant hogweed in Scotland
- Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Alien species of amphibian and reptile in the UK
- Wildlife Trust South and West Wales Check Clean Dry
- The Green Blue Check Clean Dry
- Wye Valley AONB How to pull Himalayan balsam
- MBA Non–native species in the Itchen and Hamble Estuaries
- Biosecurity for Life Seabird Island biosecurity animation
- Loughs Agency Biosecurity video
- Biodiversity Data Centre Ireland Be Plant Wise
- UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology Asian hornet
- Marine Scotland Invasive marine species
- Invasive Species Northern Ireland Marine invasive non-native species
- South East Water Invasive non-native species
- Ecostructure Biofouling on a boat hull 360° video: What happens when boats are not cleaned regularly!
- Invasive Species Northern Ireland Advice for anglers
- Biodiversity Data Centre Ireland American skunk cabbage timelapse
- UK Squirrel Accord Impacts of grey squirrel
- River Holme Connections How to identify and pull Himalayan balsam
- Defra Minister Rebecca Pow Asian hornet
- Trent Rivers Trust Himalayan balsam
- Essex & Suffolk Water Floating pennywort group
- North Wales Wildlife Trust Check Clean Dry
- Humber Nature Partnership Muntjac deer spotted on camera trap
- Tyne Rivers Trust Identifying invasive species: Himalayan balsam
Canal & River Trust
Japanese Knotweed Ltd
- Independent Call for action to stop ‘invasive hitchhikers’ threatening UK wildlife
- Guernsey Press Volunteers try to stop plant’s fort invasion
- Border Telegraph Public asked to help Tweed Forum tackle invasive plants in Borders
- Countryfile Endangered crayfish released in UK rivers to boost dwindling populations
- Guardian South American weevils released in UK waterways to tackle invasive weed
- Telegraph ‘Wonder weevil’ takes on pennywort weed in the battle for clear rivers
- ENDS Report ‘Wonder weevils’ released in fight against invasive species
- Hort Week ‘Wonder weevils’ released in fight against invasive species
- Hebden Bridge News Wonder Weevil released in fight against floating pennywort
- USA News Hub South American weevils released in UK waterways to tackle invasive weed
- Property Aspects Magazine ‘Wonder Weevil' released in fight against invasive floating pennywort
- Water Briefing South American weevils released as biocontrol to protect UK waterways against invasive non-native plant
- Government World ‘Wonder Weevil’ released in fight against invasive floating pennywort
- Bailiwick Express Invasive Species Week 2022
- BBC Alba the SISI Project
- BBC Radio Ulster Farming Matters
- BBC Sounds Farm Gate
- BBC Sounds Farming Today
- Woodland Trust – Rhododendron in the Rainforest 19 May
- Devon Local Nature Partnership – Wild about Devon 19 May
- Invasive marine species, with Cefas. Hosted by the NNSS.
- Tackling the spread of marine INNS in four steps, hosted by APEM.
- Non-native species – what’s the problem, and what can be done? With Dr Paul Walton, RSPB. Hosted by the NNSS.
- Tips on gardening without invasive plants, hosted by the GB NNSS.
- Biosecurity in the UK Overseas Territories, hosted by the GB NNSS.
- Life at 30 - celebrating our various island restoration projects and biosecurity for LIFE (Welcome and introduction from our Chair: Sophie Thomas, Protecting and restoring the Shiant Isles SPA (black rat eradication): Laura Bambini, Safeguarding Orkneys native wildlife from invasive non-native stoats: Sarah Sankey, Maintaining and enhancing the Isles of Scilly SPA (brown rat eradication): Jaclyn Pearson, Rathlin Acting For Tomorrow (brown rat and ferret eradication): John Kelly, TBC - Karen Varnham, Biosecurity for LIFE: Thomas Churchyard).