Nature Recording Walk

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Friday

26 April

6pm - 7:30pm

Regent's Park


Take a closer look at the wildlife of our parks!


Join us for a gentle walk and help document the amazing biodiversity of The Regent’s Park as part of ‘City Nature Challenge’ – A global competition to get people recording and connecting with their local urban wildlife. 


This event will be a chance to: 
-    Explore different habitats and learn how we look after them at The Royal Parks
-    Help record nature in our parks and submit important data to global conservation efforts
-    Meet like-minded nature enthusiasts and discover new facts!


We will be recording wildlife sightings using the free iNaturalist app during this walk. So please come along with a charged smartphone with the app downloaded. Alternatively, photos can be uploaded to iNaturalist later. 


Please note:

•    This Help Nature Thrive event is free to attend, thanks to the support of players of People’s Postcode Lottery 
•    This walk is aimed at adults with an interest in learning more about the natural world and will involve a gentle stroll through the park lasting up to 1.5 hours. These walks are being delivered as part of The Royal Parks’ Help Nature Thrive programme
•    Please note that these free tickets will be allocated on a first come first served basis. If the event sells out, then you will be able to join a waiting list. 
•    For any other questions please contact Help Nature Thrive via email: HelpNatureThrive@royalparks.org.uk
•    There may be a photographer taking photos of the event on behalf of The Royal Parks. These photos may be used on social media and shared with our funders. If you do not wish to be in the photos, please tell a member of staff. Please see our privacy policy for details on how we process photographs.


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