Get ready for Woodlands Farm wildlife surveys

Woodlands Farm, at Shooter’s Hill on the Bexley/Greenwich border, is a Grade 1 Site of Importance for Nature Conservation, as well as a working farm. It has some wildlife survey sessions coming up, as follows:

Wednesday 29th April, 3pm  (this will either be the bluebell survey or a pond survey, it will depend on how the bluebells are getting on)

Tuesday 5th May, 10am – Pond or bluebell survey depending on the previous one!

Monday 11th May, 10am – Pond survey

Wednesday 20th May, 3pm – Pond survey

This year the plan is to survey 3 areas, the dipping pond, wildlife pond and also the wetland area.  This will involve are usual opal survey as well as the one for NARRs, reptile and amphibian survey.

Volunteers are also sought to help control nettles around the new dipping pond.

Ffi: Hannah Forshaw, Education Officer, The Woodlands Farm Trust, 331 Shooters Hill, Welling, Kent. DA16 3RP. Tel: 0208 3198900. Website:

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