Join people from across Greater Glasgow to record the wildlife they see in their area on 24 – 27 April. The area to be recorded includes Glasgow City; East and West Dumbartonshire; North and South Lanarkshire; East Renfrewshire and Inverclyde.

The aim is to get a good range of wildlife records from urban parks and city centre green spaces including suburban and semi-rural areas, so please encourage your family and friends to join in.

The project includes The City Nature Challenge Discovery Day on Saturday 25th, 11am-4pm at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. This celebration event will get likeminded naturalists together to hunt for species as well as engage with the public on all matters nature and conservation. It is part of a global competition to see which city can collect the most biological record over the weekend. All finds will be recorded on INaturalist to give Glasgow the chance to win.

Invite to Wildlife Organisations

Wildlife partners are being invited to run activities with the public to search for wildlife such as; bird walks, an invertebrate hunt, pond dipping and bird ringing. 

If you are interested in providing information about your organisation and outdoor activities to engage with the public please email Sam Chase to organise a Wildlife Stand and/or activities.

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