Above image of Leptopsammia pruvoti, the sunset cup coral, © Mike Markey. Other images, © PMNHS.
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Join us for an opportunity of a lifetime as for the first time ever we sail the seven seas (Celtic Sea) from the North Devon mainland to the first marine reserve established in the UK, Lundy Island! Not only is … Continue reading
Why not join us for the 2022 Porcupine Quiz Night Saturday 2nd April at 19.00 If you would like to join then please email us at email@example.com and we will send you a link. If you would like to create … Continue reading
Sorry for the delay! Book your tickets today! Click here to head to Eventbrite. See the conference page for more information and to see the programme.
“Back to the Coast?” The Porcupine Marine Natural History Society Annual Conference will once again be a virtual conference. 2nd April 2022 Last year was a successful event, and through useful feedback from last year, will hopefully improve the on-line … Continue reading
Reports to: PMNHS Council membersRemuneration: This is an unpaid, voluntary positionHours: Depending on time of year, around 2 days per month for quarterly Council meetings, assistance with Bulletin, conference organisation and fieldtrip planning. No minimum or maximum term commitment, re-elections … Continue reading
Apply for the Roger Bamber Research Grant – £1000 available! Applications are now open for the Roger Bamber Research Grant for fieldwork and standalone projects in 2022. As for last year, the grant will now be for projects of up … Continue reading
Porcupine is looking for an energetic and creative person to take on a new role as Assistant Editor. Curious? Then read on! The purpose of this role is to support the Hon Ed and editorial team in all aspects of … Continue reading