The Community Wildlife Study Group seeks to bring together volunteers from all biodiversity projects, to improve links between those projects and to give volunteers a wide range of opportunities to learn about other wildlife surveys in and around the Forest. This would include citizen science type national surveys, and local recording of key species. If you’d like to be involved or learn more please register your interest with Deb Cook email@example.com . Your details will be passed to Rosie Kelsall at Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust who is co-ordinating the group.
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You might be surprised what you find!
From creating habitats for our wildlife or improving our waterways, to recording oral histories or finding old photos, there’s always something going on to get involved in!