Newsletters

Our newsletter is sent to more than 600 stakeholders. If you would like to be added to the mailing list for newsletters please email Jacky Chaplow

The latest 2017 newsletter (Newsletter 18: Summer 2017) is available below.

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2017Newsletter 18: Summer 2017PDF icon WILDCOMS newsletter number 18.pdf
2017Newsletter 17: Spring 2017PDF icon wildcoms newsletter_March 2017.pdf
2016Newsletter 16: Winter 2016PDF icon wildcoms newsletter_Winter 2016.pdf
2016Newsletter 15: Summer 2016PDF icon WILDCOMS newsletter number 15.pdf
2016Newsletter 14: Spring 2016PDF icon wildcoms newsletter_final.pdf
2015Newsletter 13. WILDCOMS support of new international guidelines on poisoningPDF icon QR June 2015.pdf
2014Newsletter 12: Autumn 2014 Spotlight on monitoring activities in WalesPDF icon Autumn SPOTLIGHT 2014.pdf
2014Newsletter 11: Summer 2014: Spotlight on the Policy relevance of the WILDCOMS monitoring schemesPDF icon Summer spotlight 2014.pdf
2014Newsletter 10: Spring 2014: Spotlight on Wildlife CrimePDF icon WILDCOMS Spring SPOTLIGHT 2014.pdf
2014Newsletter 9: Winter 2014 Spotlight on Lead (Pb)PDF icon Winter SPOTLIGHT 2014.pdf
2013Newsletter 8: Autumn 2013 Spotlight on Citizen SciencePDF icon Autumn SPOTLIGHT 2013.pdf
2013Newsletter 7: Summer 2013 Spotlight on monitoring activities in ScotlandPDF icon Summer SPOTLIGHT 2013.pdf
2013Newsletter 6: Spring 2013 Spotlight on MercuryPDF icon WILDCOMS SpringSpotlight 2013.pdf
2013Newsletter 5: Winter 2013 Spotlight on the existing practices of the partner schemes in WILDCOMSPDF icon wildcomsweb-WinterSPOTLIGHT2013.pdf
2012Newsletter 4: Autumn 2012 Spotlight on RodenticidesPDF icon wildcomsweb-October2012newsletter.pdf
2012Newsletter 3: Summer 2012 Spotlight on Emerging Hazards and RisksPDF icon WILDCOMS_JULY2012_NEWSLETTER.pdf
2012Newsletter 2: Spring 2012 Spotlight on Wildlife and ZoonosesPDF icon wildcomsweb-April2012.pdf
2011Newsletter 1: Winter 2011 Spotlight on Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)PDF icon wildcomsweb-2011-180112-1435-38.pdf