Bromley

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A really tiny wildlife count!

2 GoodGymers made their way to help the Friends of Cator and Alexandra Parks in Bromley.

  • Bromley runner
  • CAMARA
 
Friday, 24th of May 2024
 
Led by Bromley runner

Goodgym rocked up to the Cator Park Tiny Forest and performed their first recorded wildlife survey on Friday evening! The conditions were cool, a little breezy and overcast, so not ideal for bug spotting, but we pressed on regardless. No butterflies or other pollinators were spotted, either because of the weather or because there were only a few dandelions at the edge of the space, so we moved on to the ground dwellers. A tile was lifted and revealed some ants, which were duly recorded. Task completed and fingers crossed for future GoodGym tiny forest surveys to be done in better conditions 🤞🏼

Report written by Bromley runner


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Mark Gilyead
Mark Gilyead
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Sunday May 26th, 2024 15:53

Sorry to see it was a bit of a disappointment! I think it's really good to see how much it improves between years... 🦋🤞

Jack Da Silva
Jack Da Silva
Thursday May 30th, 2024 15:52

great work all!

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