The Lancashire Wildlife Trust are holding a series of FREE wildlife walks in the Baltic Triangle area on Sat 31st July and Sat 14th August as part of their Record & Ramble series.
These wildlife walks will encourage attendees to learn more about the diversity of species within the Baltic Triangle quarter and to identify different species using the iNaturalist app. Visitors will also get the exciting opportunity to visit some of the green interventions that have been installed as part of the Urban GreenUP project.
This wildlife walk will encourage visitors to see urban spaces in a different light and to learn more about the diversity of species within the Baltic Triangle quarter. With support from our iNaturalist Project Officer, Caroline, visitors will use the iNaturalist app to photograph and identify wildlife they find on the walk. The iNaturalist app can be downloaded for free from any app store (including Google Play and the App Store for iPhones).
The walk will last for approximately 60 minutes. The route consists of walking on pavements and using pedestrian crossings, so please be cautious.
This walk is not suitable for those with limited mobility or for young children.
Booking is essential – email Caroline Rothschild on email@example.com
Attendees should download the iNaturalist app onto their phone before coming to the walk, as there is no Wi-Fi available at the site.
All attendees should bring a face mask with them and maintain a distance of 2 meters between other households.
There are no toilets at this event, so please use the facilities elsewhere before attending. Thank you.