Friday 13th April 2018
Meet: at Wandle Park tramstop
Join us to investigate bat activity in Wandle Park. We will be using ultra-sonic equipment to locate and watch the bats.
Click here for more information and a video on identifying the Little Egret, from the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO).
Our very own Wandle Park is taking part in an exciting fortnight of community events celebrating the Wandle Valley organised by the Living Wandle Landscape Partnership and the Wandle Valley Forum.
A programme has been brought together to celebrate the Wandle and to promote all the exciting things going on in the Wandle Valley this autumn. The activities finish with a flourish on World Rivers Day, 25th September. For all the details go to the website where you will be able to see all the events and activities going on starting from 10th September.
Join Froglife and park staff on Thursday 30th April for a night time look around the park’s pond for amphibians. (Free, but booking essential.)
You will learn how to find them, when to look and how to identify any amphibians that you may find.
Where: Wandle Park, Croydon, main entrance on Cornwall Road (meet at pavilion building)
When: Thursday 30th April 2015
Time: 8.30pm – 9.45pm (evening)
Price: Free for all ages
Booking is essential (places are limited) To book a place please contact:
Tom Smith (volunteering and learning officer) tel: 020 8726 6000 ext 62263, email: thomas,firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: The session will be outdoors at night walking on wet ground so please wear appropriate clothing and footwear and bring a personal torch (with charged batteries).