Student Invasive Non-Native Group

SINNG is a student Local Action Group based at Cornwall College, Newquay. Launched in 2010, we work to increase action and awareness on INNS (Invasive Non-Native Species) and reduce the impacts INNS have on native wildlife. Action includes practical fieldwork, research, public engagement and raising awareness.

If you want to submit a sighting of an invasive species you can do so here.

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Happy new year to all of our volunteers and supporters! This year looks set to be busier than ever with new ponds to clear of invasive plants, zebra mussel and alpine newt projects and educational workshops to name just a few activities. Do remember to let me know which activities you are able to help with. Keep an eye out for the new diary of events heading to your email inbox very soon! See you soon! Nicola ... See MoreSee Less

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Wishing all my amazing volunteers a very merry Christmas! You are brilliant. Thank you. See you soon! Nicola x Christmas wishes have also been delivered for you all from all our partner organisations including Butterfly Conservation Cornwall MERRY CHRISTMAS! ... See MoreSee Less

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We were on our travels this weekend! BHS/ ARC Scientific Meeting. Great talks again including chytrid in non-native species, ranavirus in amphibian hosts and our very own Dr Steve Green who did a fantastic job presenting his talk on critically endangered amphibians in Honduras. Well done Steve. CRAG - Cornwall Reptile & Amphibian Group Amphibian and Reptile Groups of the UK - ARG UK ... See MoreSee Less

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