Wildlife Wanders in Victoria Park

9 Dec

Wildlife Wanders in Victoria Park

Have you ever stopped to look and listen for the wildlife in Victoria Park? The park is alive with birds, butterflies, bees, plants and more. It’s a special place to immerse yourself in the peace and joys of nature. Each month a walk will take place for a couple of hours where you can enjoy the park’s wildlife in a relaxed group, welcoming those new to nature and more experienced folk alike.

The walks will be led by Sorrel from the Ripple Project, and the Connswater Community Greenway walk leaders.

Some of the special wildlife moments enjoyed so far: 

  • Bejewelled Kingfishers perched on the Greenway
  • Buff-tailed Bumblebees whizzing through the wildflower meadow
  • Fledgling Long-tailed Tits all huddled together in a bush

What will we see this month? Join us to find out!

If you would like to attend please email Sorrel at sorrel.lyall@bto.org  It’s free to come along, but please do book by email.

Some binoculars will be provided.

These events are suitable for wheelchair users as the inner path is flat and wide. If you have any questions about accessibility for these events please email Sorrel at sorrel.lyall@bto.org

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Victoria Park
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Nature, Outdoors

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