Insects are everywhere. They are so many, and so varied - fascinating, beautiful, mysterious, bizarre. Through their mind-boggling biodiversity they offer us a window into the ecological complexity of life on Earth, and give us a powerful insight of the workings of the natural world. But their small size means that they can easily be … Continue reading How to be a curious entomologist
Two day family course leaning about wildlife through games and craft including photographs, prints and films. The Centre for Wildlife Gardening is full of amazing creatures, big and small. Come and see what you can find in our different habitats! Through games and crafts you will learn more about how animals see the world and … Continue reading Nature’s Film Makers – Thursday 18th February, 11am-4pm (two days)
If you love your waterways, want to learn more about them and help make them better, we can help! Thames21 offers a range of FREE training sessions to anyone who is keen to get involved with activities in and around their local waterways. Check out these opportunities. Leading a Waterway Clean UP Imagine leading your own group of volunteers in a … Continue reading Free Training With Thames21
As part of this years 3RiversCleanUp London Bubble will be providing some entertainment through spoken word theatre and story telling. Following on from the successful event in Manor Park, they will again be taking you on an adventure through Ladywell Fields on 8 July 2015. Hear about the Ladywell Naiad and other tales based on the … Continue reading Spoken word theatre and story telling in Ladywell Fields
Dacres Wood Nature Reserve Saturday 28th March Dacres Wood will be having its first Open Day for 2015. The Reserve will be open from 1-4pm The Reserve will be open last Saturdays in the month Mar-Oct 2015. You can find us behind Homefield House on Dacres Road SE23 2NX. Also there will also be an opportunity … Continue reading Dacres Wood Open day -Sat 28th March
Sunday 29 March Exploring Green Spaces: a two-mile nature walk through Forest Hill and Sydenham. Meet @ Forest Hill station, 2pm 'led by TomMoulton & Alona Sheridan'
Get Thames21 Training for free! Thames21 offers a range of FREE training sessions to anyone who is keen to get involved with activities in and around their local waterways. Check out these opportunities... Imagine leading your own group of volunteers in a cleanup event to improve your stretch of river, canal or pond. You can! Our 2-day 'LEADING A WATERWAY CLEANUP' … Continue reading Free Training With Thames21
Nature Walk Sunday 1st March 2-4pm Blackheath and Greenwich Park Sunday 1st March Ponds, Pits and Deer: a three mile nature walk around Blackheath and Greenwich Park led by Tom Moulton email@example.com Meet @ Blackheath station, 2pm