July ’22 Nature Sighting Around St. Edwards Park

Do you love nature – walking in the woods and looking for wildlife?

Here you can add in the comments sightings of any wildlife you’ve seen – where and what. Hopefully, you can add pictures to share.

Tell us what you’ve seen, a description of where and who you are. This will all help towards providing the best environments to meet the needs of our wildlife and the members of our park.

Upper & Lower Woods

Even a child knows how valuable the forest is. The fresh, breathtaking smell of trees. Echoing birds flying above that dense magnitude. A stable climate, a sustainable diverse life and a source of culture. Yet, forests and other ecosystems hang in the balance, threatened to become croplands, pasture, and plantations.

There has been a red kite spotted in the area. Who will be the first to post a picture of them?

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8 thoughts on “July ’22 Nature Sighting Around St. Edwards Park”

  1. There are 2 ginko biloba trees above the playground. They are living fossils unchanged for more than 200 million years and a single species with no known relatives.

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