Lewisham Biodiversity Partnership outputs July-September 2018

July - September 2018 Achievements Lewisham Biodiversity partners carried out 515 events (96 environmental education,  318 volunteering events and 101 walks and presentations). 4515 adults and 3027 children were engaged in activities in this quarter. Lewisham Parks on-line survey beats all other Council consultations with 806 respondents Tawny owl recorded at Brockley & Ladywell Cemeteries and … Continue reading Lewisham Biodiversity Partnership outputs July-September 2018

Bat Events at the Horniman Museum

Family Bat Walk - Friday, 21 August 2015 7pm - 9pm A late night event focussing on our only flying mammal – the bat. Join our resident bat expert Rhianna Dix for a family friendly bat walk using real bat detectors to find bats in the Horniman Gardens. See a bat skeleton up close and learn … Continue reading Bat Events at the Horniman Museum

Close Encounters of the Crawling Kind: Bugs in Our Gardens

Saturday 13 July, 10.30am-12.45pm at the Horniman Museum A chance to trial lots of different collecting techniques. Lift logs to see what’s living underneath, sieve leaf letter, try your hand at sweep netting and dip a pond net in our very own pond. Experts, including Richard ‘Bug man’ Jones will be on hand to introduce … Continue reading Close Encounters of the Crawling Kind: Bugs in Our Gardens

Edible High Road, Saturday 18 May 2013

This May,  SE23 will be transformed into an Edible High Road  as part of the Chelsea Fringe garden festival.  50  Forest Hill and Honor Oak businesses have sponsored 70 fruit trees, including The Horniman Museum and Sainsbury's. Special Guests: We're very excited to announce that Celebrity Gardener Matthew Wilson will be cutting our ribbon!  He is Channel Four's 'Landscape Man' … Continue reading Edible High Road, Saturday 18 May 2013

Festival of Fieldwork – Horniman Museum

Help the Horniman Museum celebrate the Centenary year of the British Ecological Society with an innovative family learning festival of ecological fieldwork which combines expertise of Museum staff and skills of professional field ecologists. Experience first-hand some of the activities that these scientists undertake in order to monitor and make sense of the environment. Events include … Continue reading Festival of Fieldwork – Horniman Museum

Fungus Walk Horniman Nature Trail

 The perfect time for spotting fungi is once again here.  So on Saturday 15 October 2011, 11am-12.30pm, the Horminan Museum will be holding a Fungas Walk with Jim Murphy of the Trust for Urban Ecology, where he will identify a range of fungi growing in the Horniman Gardens and Nature Trail. Places must be booked in … Continue reading Fungus Walk Horniman Nature Trail