We're excited once again to be taking part in the City Nature Challenge. This is a global wildlife recording event involving 400+ 'city regions' from all over the world. We're competing as part of the Liverpool City Region, which includes Wirral and Halton and we need your help to get as many wildlife observations as we can over the weekend. All observations help to build an understanding about how our wildlife is doing.

29 April - 2 May 2022

How to join in

What's happening?

We're excited to be running in-person events over the weekend. Most activities are free to attend (note that admission fees apply for Norton Priory) and for most activities no booking is needed - we'd love to see you there!

Saturday 30 April - Port Sunlight River Park, Wirral

Find us outside the cafe. More information on parking and directions can be found here. Download the event flier here

Saturday 30 April - Evening Bat walk organised by Norton Priory
Sunday 1 May - Norton Priory Museum and Gardens

*Please note - admission fees apply*

Find us in the entrance hall (atrium) of the Museum. Find out more about what's happening on Norton Priory's website.. More information on entry fees, parking and directions can be found here.

Monday 2 May - Wirral Country Park, Thurstaston

Find us outside the Visitor Centre, we'll be set up round the corner just outside the exhibition space. More information on parking and directions can be found here.

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