I have a polygon that is my region of interest. I also have a database of observation points that I have imported into QGIS as a points layer. I'd like to exclude all the observation points that fall outside my region of interest (the polygon). Also happy to delete those within the polygon if that is easier (I have polygons of both region of interest and region not of interest if that makes sense). Ultimately I'm just wanting to identify those within the region and export that information (at least for now).
I can do this manually by deleting each point, but is there an automated way I can do this in QGIS?
I'm afraid I haven't managed to find anything to really try, what I've found relates to clipping rasters or polygons, not points. Any suggestions much appreciated - thanks