Things to do at home…..
There are loads of things you can do at home to support the wildlife we share our city with, from putting up bird boxes to digging ponds and making meadows….the list is endless…… You don’t even need a garden!
Campaigns and planning
An important part of BHWF’s role is in coordinating campaigns and responding to planning proposals to ensure that nature always has a home in Brighton and Hove.
Click here to find out about the work we do, and ways you can respond to the latest campaigns and planning consultations….
Joining a local group can be an excellent way to help nature, learn new skills and meet like minded people. There are “Friends” groups which cover all areas of the city, groups which roam around with City Parks rangers and SWT and groups which have a particular area of interest e.g., wild flowers or bats.
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Anyone can join BHWF. What we all have in common is an enthusiasm for wildlife and the same concerns for its future.
Our members include people from local wildlife groups, also known as ‘Friends Groups’, and local experts in their field, such as volunteers from Butterfly Conservation, naturalists, students and professional environmental consultants.
In addition to our regular meetings and projects, we also host fun events such as nature walks and talks.