2. Get involved
We have many ways that you can help the project and contribute to the aims of making Exmouth better for wildlife and people.
Help us plan and deliver a range of events for all ages. This could include delving in a rockpool, searching for bats on an evening walk, making a bird box or pressing some local apples. The list goes on but if you have the enthusiasm to work with the public on bringing nature alive for them then please get in touch.
Help us deliver habitat improvements across green spaces in the town. No experience needed. Join one of our practical conservation days running throughout the year. This could include hedgelaying, orchard planting, step building, tree planting, pond restoration, and creating new wild flower meadows. We run these on alternate Thursdays. From 10am you can stay for as long as you want until 3.30pm. All tools, equipment and refreshments provided. Please bring lunch if you are staying all day.
The next conservation task is 23rd January at Phear park Pond, 10.30am -3.30pm
Then on the following days:
Thursday 6th February, Carters Avenue
Friday 21st February, Littleham
Thursday 5th March, HIllcrest Community Nature Reserve
Thursday 19th March, Phear park
Thursday 2nd April, Brixington Park
Thursday 16th April, St Johns Road Playing Field
Thursday 30th April. Survey Work. Various locations
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From dormouse, hedgehog and wildflowers to riverfly surveys. We are developing new ways to record and identify the wildlife that calls Exmouth home. If you would like to learn a new skill or have experience