Everything we do locally, nationally and globally impacts wildlife.
Help us build up a picture of the changes taking place on our doorstep and how species are responding by signing up for our free community wildlife mapping project, sponsored by Tideway London.
We need local people to help to record this vital data, which will be passed on to national databases.
Species are going through changes due to developments and changes in how we use the local area. National and international changes are affecting wildlife too. Species such as Peregrines are recovering due to farming changes and a reduction in persecution. Climate change is impacting on most species and allowing new species to colonise both native and from around the world.
We want to build up a picture of the changes taking place and how species are responding to it in this part of Deptford and Greenwich in the early part of the 21st century.
We would like local people to help by recording a selection of wildflowers and animals over this and next year.
Come and find out more about this new project with our first training session on Saturday 26 June, 11am at Creekside Discovery Centre. You’ll receive a short introduction where we’ll give you the tools and the know-how to get mapping.
It’s is free to join but there are only 15 places for this first session - you need to be 18yrs and over to take part.< New Funding for Creekside Charity £120k Tideway boost! >