29th/30th April 2017
Gatton Park, RH2 0TW
Become a wildlife explorer for a day and discover what’s living right on your doorstep by joining in at your local BioBlitz event. Our team of experienced naturalists and wildlife watchers need your help to find and identify as many different species of birds, bugs, plants and beasties as we can before the clock runs out. Just like a real scientific expedition, everything we find will be documented and passed on to local and national databases that monitor our local wildlife. With interactive activities for kids, grown-ups, beginners and experts alike there is something for everyone at a BioBlitz.
At the Gatton BioBlitz you can explore the amazing Gatton Park as we celebrate nature. Drop in and see us on Sunday 30th April 12-5pm for bumblebees, plants, and visits to our bird hide!
Book onto our Bat and Moth Night on Saturday 29th and Dawn Chorus Walk on Sunday 30th by visiting our website www.gattonpark.com.
- Start – 8pm 29th April
- Finish – 5pm 30th April
By Road from M25 Exit Junction 8, taking the A217 towards Reigate, after 400 metres fork left onto Gatton Bottom, signposted Merstham. After one mile turn right into Rocky Lane (signposted: Royal Alexandra and Albert School). The school entrance is on the Right after a further 400 metres.
This event is partly accessible.
Get in touch:
- EMAIL – firstname.lastname@example.org
- ORGANISERS WEBSITE – gattonpark.com
- TWITTER – @GattonPark
- FACEBOOK – facebook.com/Gatton-Park-113936175292499/
- TWEET US AT – http://ctt.ec/EU204
Enormous thanks to everyone involved in running this special event including: Surrey Bat Group, Daniel Greenwood (Conservation Project Officer at Sydenham Hill Wood, London Wildlife Trust), Butterfly Conservation, Bumblebee Conservation Trust and Surrey Botanical Society.
Avon Wildlife Trust
Bath & North East Somerset Council
BBC Natural History Unit
Bristol City Council
Bristol Zoo Gardens
University of Bath
University of Bristol
University of the West of England
Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust
The Natural History Consortium is a charitable collaboration between these member organisations.
Engaging people with the natural world through collaborative action. Reg Charity 1123432