Habitat Heroes

Aim: To increase, and sustain, the involvement of children, young people and the wider community in their natural heritage.

Habitat Heroes does this through:

  • Enhancing their awareness and understanding of biodiversity
  • Embedding biodiversity in the formal and informal curriculum of schools and community learning opportunities.
  • Practical creation of habitats in the school grounds leaving a legacy for the future.
  • Promoting enjoyment of wildlife areas.


United Kingdom
53° 48' 22.8024" N, 1° 46' 17.1012" W

Wildlife Field Visit Programme

BEES wildlife field visit group is organised and led by experienced volunteers and is an opportunity for people interested in birds, flowers, trees and geology to visit sites in the Bradford District, across Yorkshire and beyond. Sites are chosen for their diversity of natural history and landscape features. The group goes out on Tuesday - weekly in the summer but less frequently in the winter. There is a small charge to cover the cost of the minibus transport provided.
There is a mailing list you can join. Trips need to be booked for in advance. Minibus departs from The Italian Centre, 68 Little Horton Lane.

Please follow this link to the current programme www.bees-ymca.org.uk


United Kingdom
53° 47' 13.5888" N, 1° 45' 32.1048" W
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