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Community Project

Hamstead Marshall Wildlife Group

"Protecting and conserving all indigenous wildlife species"

Who We Help, Why We Help & the Difference It Makes

Our aim is to bring people closer to nature, and to help sustain our wildlife heritage and its future.  We do this in several ways:


  • mapping local habitats and recording species; sharing the data with organisations such as Thames Valley Environment Record Centre, West Berkshire Council;  
  • encouraging and developing links to wildlife organisations and sharing best practices and experiences;
  • learning more about wildlife and helping to preserve indigenous species;
  • recruiting membership and volunteers to help with mapping habitats and collecting scientific data;
  • collaborating with groups and individuals who wish to help other groups in the ecological projects.
  • we are an open group and welcome fellow enthusiasts, and people who are interested in learning more about nature;
  • membership is free and we welcome enquiries.
  • currently devising  'grass-roots' project Mission Nature's Recovery; we can all do one small thing to help our wildlife heritage.

Hamstead Marshall Wildlife Group has been awarded five small indigenous trees, in celebration of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in 2022.  The trees will be planted in the Hamstead Marshall Village Hall field and will be added to the Queen's Green Canopy project.  It is anticipated that the trees  will be ready for planting at the end of November or early December.  Hamstead Marshall Wildlife Group wish to than Greenham Trust for their generosity.  Photographs of the village field can be seen on our gallery page.

 

Our Services Are

Free

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What We Do

Hamstead Marshall Wildlife Group has experience in mapping habitats within our parish.  We are happy to share this experience with any ecology/wildlife group. We are also keen to learn from other groups and collegially forward that new skill on to other groups and individuals.  

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Volunteer

Do you have an idea to help nature recover?  Why not share that idea with others? Why not share that with the Hamstead Marshall Wildlife Group?  We are open to new ideas and different methods of conservation and preservation.

If you would like to be involved in mapping habitats either as an individual or group, large or small, please contact us.  We are happy to compile your observations into data and uplink your observations to various organisations such as DEFRA and the Thames Valley Environment Records Centre.  






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