Small mammal surveying, moth trapping and bat walk with City Of Trees (Greater Manchester City Nature Challenge)
Join Manchester City of Trees for an evening and morning of woodland nature detecting and find out what lives alongside us in Sandilands Wood Wythenshawe
Meet at the City Of Trees Big Red Flag at the woods and see event link for more details and exact timings for each event
Friday 26th April – 7:30pm to 10pm – Small mammal surveying, moth trapping and a bat walk. 7:30pm to 8:30pm – Set up mammal and moth traps. The evening will start with learning how to set and position small mammal traps (All mammal traps do not harm the animals in any way). 8:30pm onwards – Walk around the wood using bat detectors to listen into Sandilands bats.
Where: Sandilands Wood, Carrswood Road, Wythenshawe, M23 9HR. No need to book
Part of the Greater Manchester City Nature Challenge (Friday 26th – Monday 29th April)
Greater Manchester will be one of over 150 cities worldwide competing to find urban wildlife. 2019 is set to be the biggest year yet and we’ll be competing with cities like Rome, San Francisco, Lima, Hong Kong, and… the one to beat…… Liverpool.
Taking part is really easy. Sign up to use iNaturalist on your phone or computer, and add photos of your wildlife sightings. We want to hear about any wildlife you can find. That could be the ladybirds living on your balcony, the birds in the local park or the mushrooms you’ve seen on a walk in the countryside.
As well as spotting wildlife yourself, there will be special events taking place across the region. Visit Greater Manchester City Nature Challenge website to find out more
|Start||Friday 26 Apr 2019 7:30pm|
|Finish||Friday 26 Apr 2019 10:30pm|