Would you like to do something to help the environment and fight the climate emergency?
If you have an enthusiasm for observing wildlife you could actively contribute to research projects, which help scientists better understand what’s happening to our natural world. You don’t need special skills to take part.
Wildlife on your doorstep
Worcestershire Wildlife Trust need your help to record wildlife on your doorstep. Have a look at www.worcswildlifetrust.co.uk/wildlife-sightings for more information. Also have a look at /www.worcswildlifetrust.co.uk/wildlife-spotting for some guides to what you might find. The Wildlife Trusts’ wildlifewatch.org.uk website also has lots of activities you can do at home or in your local greenspace.
help catalogue nature
Have a look at some of the projects going on at the Natural History Museum www.nhm.ac.uk/take-part/citizen-science.html
You might be able to help by recording numbers of butterflies and bugs in your garden or local park www.buglife.org.uk/get-involved/surveys
You could also help map ancient trees ati.woodlandtrust.org.uk