Above image of Leptopsammia pruvoti, the sunset cup coral, © Mike Markey. Other images, © PMNHS.
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Ever wanted to explore the shores or dive around Alderney? Porcupine MNHS with the Alderney Wildlife Trust are proposing a unique field meeting to Alderney from 12th-19th September 2024. Alderney is a beautiful island that is remote and right at … Continue reading
The Porcupine Marine Natural History Society is pleased to announce an opportunity to apply for funding for small research projects. Up to £1000 is available for small standalone projects to be undertaken during the 2024 field season. Plus for 2024 … Continue reading
The PMNHS conference will be held in Bournemouth from the 22nd-24th March 2024 with the theme of Novel & Natural Species & Habitats. Please save the date, spread the news and if you’re interested in presenting or speaking at this … Continue reading
A Porcupine Marine Natural History Society funded project (Roger Bamber Research Grant), aiming to produce visual identification guides of the Magelonidae for a broad range of users, has now been completed. The first of these guides entitled ‘Collecting Shovel Head … Continue reading
Autumn Field Trip to Cornwall 29th September – 1st October – see more information here http://pmnhs.co.uk/pmnhs-annual-field-meetings
Matt Green has created this short video showing what the Porcupine Marine Natural History Society do and how to join! Click on the play button below.
To download please click on the link above or the three dots in the upper right hand corner of the box.
The Roger Bamber Research Grant is now open and accepting applications for the 2023 field season. More information here.
Matt Green created an incredible video of our field meeting to Lundy in July 2022 where we took part in the Lundy Marine Festival BioBlitz. This video covers the fascinating subtidal species observed during the trip.