Wild About Manchester

manchesters biodiversity strategy

Valuing Manchester's Wildlife

robin1Do you Value Manchester Wildlife?
Then tell us about it!

We want to know what local people think about Biodiversity in Manchester. How important is nature in Manchester? Does it matter to you? Do you enjoy feeding the birds or going for walks in the Park? What role does nature play in your life? YOU can help provide the answers to all these questions, by filling in this quick questionnaire now.

We also want you to tell us your stories about what makes Nature special to you. If you've got a good wildlife story, tell us about it! It could be your love of the dawn chorus, checking out the frogs in your garden pond or simply feeding the ducks in the local park.

Spend a couple of minutes filling in this quick questionnaire to help us find out what people think about Nature in Manchester:

Tree O'clock Update

treeoclocklogo1Manchester residents assembled in five different locations across the city on Saturday 5 December to take part in the BBC Breathing Spaces Tree O'clock event.

This hour long planting session was part of a nationwide bid, not only to beat the world record for the number of trees planted within an hour, but also to raise awareness about how important trees are to the environment. Events took place at Wythenshawe Park, Brookdale Park, Park Wood, Levenshulme and Newton Heath.


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