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city nature challenge: bioblitz

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a girl peeking over a bridge at ulster folk museum
Sunday 28th April
12:00 to 14:00
A green logo with leaf icons saying City Nature Challenge

We're taking part in the City Nature Challenge – Greater Belfast, competing with 400+ cities across the world to see who can observe and identify the most species! 

Explore the Ulster Folk Museum's rich biodiversity with expert guides from our Natural Science team. Lean how to find and record interesting species found around the museum, from mighty oak to minute moss! You'll then have the chance to explore on your own and see how many species you can find while contributing to this exciting citizen science project. 

What to know: 

  • Tickets provide access to the Ulster Folk Museum for the day so please feel free to arrive earlier or stay after the event.
  • This event is suitable for all people interested in recording nature for the first time to specialists and seasoned naturalists. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
  • The event will involve walking in grassland and woodland, so suitable outdoor footwear and clothing is advised.
  • This is one of many events taking place across the Greater Belfast area as part of the challenge,  find out more info here

This event is in partnership with Buglife, Ulster Wildlife, Belfast City Council and Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland.