Kingston University Biodiversity Action Group

15-03-2016: Local event this Sunday

A fantastic local event this Sunday in the Tolworth area.
Discover this reserves hidden wildlife wonders.

10-03-2016: The battle of the sexes lost in a river!

*Warning - best not read when having any meal!
On Thursday volunteers entered the Hogsmill at Knights Park to do a litter clearance on the naturalised bank that was installed by volunteers in 2014.
The section of the river in the summer with students and staff enjoying the terrace

03-03-2016: The D to R of water habitats

Come in and join the gang
What do these two images have in common? They are both sections of water habitats associated with the Hogsmill which we are trying to restore.

02-03-2016: From Land to Water and in-between...

The following events and projects need your help to get them off the ground. Many of them are brilliant opportunities to learn transferable skills, help promote the local area and gain some volunteering experience which can all help you in your future plans after Kingston University.

We also have a call for help from final year degree student at Kingston University for participants living in Kingston to complete a short 5 minute questionnaire for her dissertation.

See below for more details:

01-03-2016: The Birds…of Kingston and Dorset

The KU bird count in numbers
As promised last month, we've brought you the comparison between the bird counts for Kingston University sites and those surveyed by the pupils of Wimborne First School.