Structured surveillance training event
Venue: Brockwell Park and Hall, Lambeth
Date: Wed 16th April
Time: 13:00 – 16:00
[Please register by 28th March] TOMORROW!! THIS IS VERY LAST MINUTE – SORRY!!
Aim: to provide participants with an introduction to some easy to use survey techniques that they can use to monitor wildlife on their site. It is aimed at those with some taxonomic ID skills who would like to take a more structured approach to surveying so that the results can better inform site management and provide an indication of change in species abundance and distribution.
Overview: Introductory talks from GiGL (on methods of data provision and the usefulness of wildlife data in London) and Lambeth Parks (on the usefulness of same data for site management), followed by a choice of 4x concurrent hands-on, field based, instructor led introductions to easy to use survey techniques for 4x taxonomic groups (likely to be invertebrates, amphibians/ reptiles, birds and plants).
Places are limited to 40 people and so I would be grateful if you can let me know if you will be attending by the end of the week (Fri 28 March), so that we can offer your place to someone else if you are no longer interested/ can’t make it.
Thanks, and look forward to seeing you on the day,
Greenspace Information for Greater London CIC
the capital’s environmental records centre
Phone: 020 7803 4279
Post: c/o London Wildlife Trust, Dean Bradley House, 52 Horseferry Road, London SW1P 2AF