Our canal is an important wildlife resource. It provides a wildlife ‘corridor’ which allows wildlife to move freely between the river and the wider countryside. Worcester Canal Group, together with the Worcester, Birmingham & Droitwich Canal Society, wants to protect it.
But first, we need to find out what species of wildlife use the canal ‘corridor’. We have organised a ‘wildlife week’ along the canal with specialist events and a wildlife survey so that we can build up a picture of wildlife along the Worcester Canal. Come and join us! All welcome.
Saturday 10th September: ‘Moth Breakfast’ led by expert James Hitchcock.
Come along to see what moths have been attracted to our Moth Trap overnight.
8am-9.30am at Plot 8 Lansdowne Road Allotments.
£2 fee. Refreshments available. Pre-booking advisable. Email email@example.com
Friday 16th September: ‘A Flower Walk’ led by expert Mary Green.
11.30am -12.30pm meet at Lansdowne Park. Free.
No need to book.
Wildlife Survey 10th-18th September
Spend an hour observing wildlife along the canal or join in one of our sessions. Meet at the towpath benches by Wolverton Road.
Sunday 11th September 12 noon – 2pm
Wednesday 14th September 4pm – 6pm
Saturday 17th September 10am – 12 noon
Alternatively, you can pick up some survey forms from 25 Shrubbery Road or 133 Lansdowne Road.