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Monitoring your Garden Wildlife with Kate Bradbury

What is it

A workshop in the Knepp Rewilded Walled garden focused on identifying wildlife – from butterflies and bees to birds, insects and mammals.

Who is it for

This workshop is a must for nature enthusiasts and gardeners who want to track the positive impact of their wildlife-friendly gardening practices.

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Being able to identify wildlife in your garden is not only the greatest fun, it’s also hugely useful when it comes to measuring improvements that happen in response to nature-friendly gardening

Join award-winning garden writer, broadcaster, and TV presenter Kate Bradbury for a presentation with tea and coffee, before heading out to explore Knepp’s Rewilded Walled Garden. Kate will share tips on how to identify and record garden wildlife and track the success of your wildlife gardening. You’ll kick off by sorting through the previous night’s moth trap and then focus on butterflies, bees, mammals, birds and ground invertebrates.

Please note, this workshop will focus on monitoring and recording garden wildlife and will not cover the design and planting of the garden, or garden management.

PLEASE NOTE: The garden visits take place next to Knepp Castle in the Middle Block of the rewilding project – a different place to all other safaris. Please do not go to the campsite/safari car park, but follow the directions to the Walled Garden on your pre-visit email.

9.30am-12.30pm or 2.00pm-5.00pm (May-August)
£75 per person

Important information

All guests must be over 12yrs. We cannot accommodate unaccompanied guests under 18yrs.

We regret we cannot offer refunds or date changes once your booking is made.

We cannot guarantee the great British weather, or that you will see your target species. 

Nature is unpredictable! However we’re confident you’ll enjoy your experience with us, come rain or shine, and there’s always plenty of wildlife to see.

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Our 12+ Policy

Knepp Wildland Safaris and campsite are all about the quiet and patient observation of nature.

Some of the species we are likely to encounter are shy or can be frightened by loud noises or sudden movements. Our campsite with open-air fire-pits, wood-burning stoves and an on-site pond is unsuitable for small children.

For this reason, our safaris, holiday cottages and campsite are suitable only for children of 12 and over.

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