The Community Wildlife Project is a new initiative, funded by Tideway London that invites you to be a wildlife hero and take part in a half day session at our centre. This will give you the skills and tools to go out and map what wildlife is happening in your area in your own time.

On the day our wildlife experts will work with you to show you how to map, and take you around our amazing urban site pointing out things to look for and how to note them. It's a fantastic opportunity to see this incredibly bio-diverse nature reserve and get hands on as you learn about our wildlife and wildflowers.

At the end of the session you will have the confidence and knowledge to spot wildlife in your area, and with your support we can record important data to help us build a picture of what’s happening, and how species are responding in Deptford and Greenwich to changes in the environment. The data we collect will be fed into a national database to help show how the environment is coping and responding. We provide the tools and the know-how to get you mapping. 

It’s free to join and there are 20 places available.

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