Wildlife monitoring and habitat conservation
Help the local environment and step out into nature with Froglife's events to monitor reptiles, amphibians, butterflies, dragonflies, birds, bees and all things great and small.
Environmental charity Froglife organise a wide range of events throughout the year to suit people of all ages, abilities and levels of experience.
Since 1989 Froglife has been at the heart of efforts to conserve native amphibians and reptiles. Throughout this time they have initiated a number of national and regional projects, and remained a central voice for public advice on issues surrounding reptile and amphibian conservation.
Froglife’s work falls into three strands: on the ground conservation, environmental education and communication (the provision of advice/information).
The events coming up in September and October 2016 in Peterborough include:
- Butterfly Walk at Hampton Nature reserve
- Water Vole Survey at Hampton Nature Reserve
- Wildlife Monitoring and Habitat Improvement at Boardwalks Nature Reserve
- Reptile Surveys at Hampton Nature Reserve
For more information and how to take part in one of the events, visit: www.froglife.org/what-we-do/events/