Access to Nature Daubeney Fields

We are supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund to run a fun, free, nature based project in Daubeney Fields. Together we'll be learning more about Daubeney Fields, a Site of Importance for Nature Conservation (SINC) and the plants and animals that live there. Get involved;

  • Come to our fortnightly weekend events: Natural arts, crafts, talks and activities for everyone.
  • Book a free workshop for your community group
  • Take part in our school programme for local primary schools
  • Become a project volunteer: Meet people from your local area, learn new skills, gain experience for your CV, have fun and support your community. Volunteers receive free professional training and a certificate of participation.

All events and workshops are free and open to everyone so come along, get involved and let's learn together!

Want to join our mailing list to find out about upcoming weekend events? Want more information about the project? Email esther@ecoactive.org.uk or call us.

 

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Project Status
Live Project

Funders & Partners

Heritage Lottery Fund

Species of plants and animals spotted by you

habitat Grassland
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I managed to snap this photo of the moorhen before he ran and jumped into the water
habitat Hedgerow
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It was a Wren Troglodytes troglodytes
So shy but we spotted it briefly 1 wren
habitat Grassland
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I had some children helping me count and we think we saw 37 gulls at one point all feeding on the grass in the park. This photo isn't great but you can see one of them in the background.
habitat Scrub
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Someone spotted Birds
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Normally see loads of these but today just 1 coot on the water
habitat Secondary woodland
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We were working with green gym Hackney and ecoACTIVE laying a nature path in Daubeney Fields woodland when we heard all these birds making a noise. Of course it was the ring necked parakeet...beautiful but noisy.
habitat Grassland
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Someone spotted Birds
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There were so many pigeons today. I saw more than this but at one time I saw 13 wood pigeons and feral pigeons.
habitat Grassland
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It was a Starling Sturnus vulgaris
One of the bird species I found in the park this day was2 starlings
habitat Hedgerow
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It was a Robin Erithacus rubecula
I saw one friendly robin bobbing back and forth between the grass and the hedge in the park.
habitat Scrub
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Someone spotted Birds
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When I did a bird walk for the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch I saw 4 magpies in the sky flying.
habitat Secondary woodland
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Someone spotted Birds
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We went on a walk around the park and saw 1 long tailed tit for the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch