Want to take action to help stop the decline of the bees, wildflowers and birds which share Romney Marsh with us?
We want to hear from local people willing to record the wildlife of the Romney Marsh. This is citizen science in action, but it can only happen with your involvement!
We will be putting on short identification skills training courses so that anyone can learn how to identify various species of bumblebees and flowering plants and use simple methods for recording them. We are currently finalising the dates for courses, fitting around Covid-restrictions. This is an opportunity that can fit around your existing commitments. We will help you to build your knowledge and confidence – so get in touch to learn more about the opportunities on offer.
Interested! then give me, Tobias Jackson the Fifth Continent Biodiversity Officer a call on 07568 428365 or e-mail Tobias.Jackson@kentwildlife.org.uk.