In light of Covid-19, the BSBI Trustees have recently decided to cancel all remaining BSBI field meetings for 2020. We are really sorry about this but our members’ safety is most important. Leaders of BSBI local groups should note that they cannot run events under the BSBI name, and we can't advertise or offer support or insurance for those local group events.
Hopefully we'll be able to resume field meetings and events as usual in 2021 (assuming government guidance allows). In the meantime, if you choose to go out botanising individually or with a few others, we urge you to ensure you follow all current government guidance around social distancing and other Covid-19 prevention measures, as well as more general safe practices for field work. If you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch with our Head of Ops.
England Red List
The Red Data List for England assesses, for the first time, the current state of England’s flora measured against standardised IUCN criteria. Almost one in five species is assessed as threatened.
English County pages
- Channel Isles
- Co. Durham
- Scilly Isles
- South Lincolnshire
- Mid-west Yorkshire
- NE Yorkshire
- NW Yorkshire
- South Yorkshire
The first England AGM was held at the Natural History Museum in February.
County Recorders' Annual Reports
Critically endangered archaeophytes in England, 2012: a report by Kevin Walker, BSBI Head of Science, and David Pearman