Free event: Helping wildlife by submitting records of what you see

When:
28th April 2019 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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Where:
Highfield Park Visitor Centre
Hill End Lane
St Albans, Hertfordshire
AL4 0RA
Tickets:
Past Event
£0.00 GBP Regular ticket
Contact:
Richard Bull
01727 847242

Nature Talk and Walk: Helping wildlife by submitting records of what you see – the why and how

We are kicking off our Spring–Summer 2019 programme of ‘Nature Talks and Walks’ with a free event that will look at how we can all be ‘citizen scientists’ and not just spot wildlife but submit records of what we have seen.

The event will begin with a short talk in our Visitor Centre exploring why it is important for nature conservation that we submit records and explaining how to go about it. Following the talk, attendees will have the opportunity to go on a guided walk of the park to demonstrate how what has been learned can be put into practice.

Who is this event for?

This event is suitable for adults, as well as accompanied teenagers who are looking to learn more about the natural world.

Do you need a ticket?

Although this is a free event, you still need to book a ticket in order to attend, because space is limited in our Visitor Centre.

What to bring

No equipment is needed, but please wear suitable clothing and sturdy footwear.