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Ant Surveys in Bushy Park

On until 6 Aug 2018

This August we will be repeating our successful yellow meadow ant survey, but this time moving to Bushy Park. Last year, thanks to our dedicated volunteers, we measured an astounding 732 anthills over 4 days in Richmond Park, showing that ant hill size is directly linked to grassland age. The findings give conservationists a new way nationally to determine the age of ecologically-important grassland sites which do not have a well-documented history. We want to put this into action by investigating whether the ant hills in Bushy Park, which has a less well documented history than Richmond Park, follow the same pattern, and we need your help!

Bushy Park

Education, Wildlife

Paid
Introduction to Hedgerows

Hedgerows are boundary features of the landscape and their history is usually reflected in their wildlife. Learn about how hedgerows were created – or planted, their trees and flora, and of species that help to indicate their origin.

Bushy Park

Education

Paid
Identifying Fungi

This beginners course will explore the environment of Bushy Park, showing how and where to find different species of fungi and examining their amazing lifestyles.

Bushy Park

Education, Wildlife

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