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Bat, Moth and Owl Prowl, Sydenham Hill Wood, Friday 7 July, 9pm-11pm

Originally posted on Nature Conservation Lewisham:
Pipistrelle bat © London Wildlife Trust Guided bat walk in Sydenham Hill Wood Meet at the Crescent Wood Road entrance. Join the London Wildlife Trust for a guided walk of Sydenham Hill Wood to discover bats,…

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New Nature’s Gym Programme, July-September 2017

Originally posted on Nature Conservation Lewisham:
Baxter’s Fields The new Nature’s Gym programme is now available!  There are a few new sites on there and a couple of favourites, so hopefully there is something for everyone. Please note that if…

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Friends of Brockley and Ladywell Cemeteries open day 9 July 2017

Originally posted on Nature Conservation Lewisham:
The Friends of Brockley and Ladywell Cemeteries (FoBLC) is this year celebrating the 10th anniversary of its formation.  Over the last few years FoBLC has held an Open Day within the cemetery to promote…

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Creekside Education Trust – looking for a new CET Coordinator

We are recruiting for a new CET Coordinator. After six years at Creekside Education Trust (and 11 years in the UK) I have come to the difficult decision to leave London and move back to South Africa to be closer to … Continue reading

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The beautiful Mullein moth caterpillar Shargacucullia verbasci found at Mountsfield Park community garden

Originally posted on mountsfieldpark:
The beautiful Mullein moth caterpillar Shargacucullia verbasci found by one of our volunteers last Sunday at Mountsfield Park community garden

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A Curious Entomologist Training – Create a Bug Collection – techniques for the study, collection and identification of insects at Devonshre Road Nature Reserve SE23

How to be a curious entomologist by Richard Jones – Saturday 22nd July at Devonshire Road Nature Reserve. contact:  nick.pond@lewisham.gov.uk Insects are everywhere. They are so many, and so varied — fascinating, beautiful, mysterious, bizarre. Through their mind-boggling biodiversity they … Continue reading

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Community Engagement Officer Post at Beckenham Place Park

Originally posted on Nature Conservation Lewisham:
The squirrel at Beckenham Place Park Be at the heart of transforming Beckenham Place Park Could you be at the heart of transforming Beckenham Place Park?  A new job is going for a Community Engagement…

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