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THINGS TO DO AND GAMES
   

Record Your Sightings

Learn more about plants and animals and enter your observations to a national database via this page.

A really interesting picture of wildlife biodiversity within the Site is beginning to emerge, but we need to know much more. To check what has been seen and the significance of contributions made please see the instructions below. Information you send us will be used to map the distribution of species within the site.

Greenspace Information for Greater London (GiGL) is the capital's open space and biodiversity records centre - they collate, manage and make available detailed information on London's wildlife, parks, nature reserves, gardens and other open spaces.

We ask you to go to the GIGL website and register your details and then submit your species record online. From there it will be sent to the National Biodiversity Network at www.nbn.org.uk

For other websites with advice and species identification guides look under the links section of our website.

Twig & Tweet Challenge for Children


Can you help us find out more about trees and birds in your area?
Get together a team of class mates, friends or family to help you investigate your school grounds, local park or garden!
Listen and look out for as many birds and trees as you can find in one hour.
Download the form and return to us or submit online and let us know your results by the end of August 2010.
Awards will be given to the best teams!

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Twig & Tweet Challenge for Adults


Get together a team of two or more people and set aside an hour to investigate bird and tree life at home, in your neighbourhood, at your place of work or in your local green space.
Record what you discover on the downloadable form below or use the online recording form. Let us know your results by the end of August 2010.
Awards will be given to the best teams!

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Twig & Tweet Challenge for Adults