Every year, Conwy Countryside Service's organise a series of public events to support Wales Biodiversity Week
with something for everyone, from guided walks and children's activities, to boat trips and volunteer opportunities.
A detailed programme will be available here
. In 2007 some of the activities were a beach clean at Pensarn Beach, a sea bird boat trip around the Great Orme, Bodlondeb Woods Nature Reserve open day and surveying for the Silky Wave moth.
A series of activities were also organised for local schools through the week to make sure that pupils get to know their local wildlife and understand how important is for them to look after their local environment.
Biodiversity is exactly what it says and the result of three billion years of evolution. One of the most fascinating aspects of the subject is the way individual species within an ecosystem interact with one another and their environment. Understanding these complex relationships is the key to successful conservation techniques.
For tel enquiries: (01492) 575200/575290Photo: Snowdonia is the only habitat for the arctic-alpine Snowdon Lily within the U.K. © Ray Wood
Organiser Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
More Info: www.conwy.gov.uk/sectionextra.asp?cat=1514&Language=1
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