Posted on August 4, 2011 by Jess kyle
Waterscape, the British Waterways leisure website is asking people to record their sightings. Between now and September, they would like you to tell them about the wildlife you’ve seen on your local canal, river, dock or reservoir. Each sighting recorded helps British Waterways’ ecologists to monitor, protect and preserve the amazing biodiversity found on our waterways. More information on how to make part can be found on their website.
You can even record you sightings via your mobile phone because the wildlife survey form is now mobile phone-friendly allowing you to record what you see as you see it. Simply visit www.waterscape.com/ws and fill out the form just as you would do from your home computer.
You can find your nearest water way here
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Posted on June 3, 2011 by Jess kyle
This survey gives your the opportunity to ‘have your say’ about the Lewisham parks and open spaces that you use.
The information you give will be used to inform the Council’s new Open Space Strategy in addition to identifying facilities and environmental issues within your local park that need improvement. Your comments and suggestions are important, and will help us to manage Lewisham parks and open spaces for all users and for the local community as a whole.
If you want a paper version, this can be downloaded from the website by clicking on the button ‘Supporting Documents’ and printing a copy of the survey. Once you have completed the survey, please return it to: Green Scene, Lewisham Regeneration, FREEPOST LON 15119, London, SE13 7BR.
The closing date for this survey is 17 JUNE 2011.
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