Do you want to find out more about wildlife found in Morden Hall Park or, do you already know a lot about nature in the park and want to share your information with other like-minded people? Morden Hall Park Nature Group is a group of adult National Trust volunteers who share a keen interest in the park and its wildlife.
Need to know
The Group aims to monitor, protect and promote nature conservation and biodiversity in Morden Hall Park. Each year an Annual Report is produced detailing our results and observations from the year’s activities.
Regular meetings take place each third Thursday of the month in the Snuff Mill Learning Centre, discussing recent sightings and surveys of the park and sharing skills.
- Monthly meetings open to all where we discuss activities, share skills and information about nature in the park and discuss how we can work to ensure diversity and conservation of our fantastic local park. Some meetings include talks from visiting guest speakers working with wildlife in the local area.
- Surveying nature in the park, including for birds, invertebrates, amphibians, mammals and plants.
- Training and skills sharing on a variety of subjects related to nature conservation.