It's time to BioBlitz!

Gardens are about the most under-recorded habitat in the country, so what you find this weekend will be adding something new to the national picture! It doesn't matter if your garden is large or small, urban or rural, there will be wildlife in it. And for kids, they can get on their knees and see the wildlife in their garden from a whole new angle.

BioBlitz: Freshfield Dune Heath

Join us for a mini-bioblitz!
We will spend a day recording everything we can in 6 hours.
This will enable a species lit for the reserve to be created & updated since the full Bioblitz carried out in 2014.

Friday 26th August 2016
10am — 4pm
Contact Julia Simons on 01772 324129 or to book on the session!

BioBlitz: National Wildflower Centre

Free. Find out more information and how to book here.

Drop in, 11am - 4pm

Discover the diversity of local wildlife around the Centre and Court Hey Park with our friends from Merseyside Biobank. No experience or prior knowledge needed. 

Children must be accompanied by an adult.

This event is free. Please note entry charges to the Centre may still apply.

Please ring 0151 738 1913 for more information or email:

BioBlitz: Sustrans - Loopline

Join Sustrans for the second Sustrans "BioBlitz" on the Loop Line, part of the Trans Pennine Trail and National Route 62. Discover the astonishing diversity of local wildlife along the greenway on our guided nature trails. No experience or prior knowledge needed. Children welcome if accompanied by an adult.

3 mins walk from Sainsbury's Knotty Ash, Warmington Road Access Point L14 1QH.

Find out more here.

Hugh Harris: NATIONAL TRUST COASTAL BIOBLITZ, Sat 20th and Sun 21st June 2015

Hugh Harris. Lime Hawk Moth

The area at Formby Point managed by the National Trust has increased (520 acres) through a gift of the former tobacco waste areas by the British Nicotine Company, the purchase in 1985 of the Larkhill Lane heathland area from Ideal Homes Ltd and the recent purchase of the former agricultural area north of Wicks Lane. This area is heavily used for recreation and accessed via the large Victoria Road carpark. Here the frontal sand dunes are being rapidly cut back by the sea and prehistoric footprints can sometimes be found on the beach.

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