Bio-diversity in Sudbury
The Sudbury Town area is home to a large number of animal species. Some of the species members have seen in thier gardens are listed below. If you see something not on the list please let us know. What should the council be doing to improve bio-diversity in the area? If you have an idea please let us know. Email your ideas to email@example.com.
Greater Spotted Woodpecker
Long tailed Tit
Bats (species unknown)
All the images below were taken in Sudbury.
Members may be interested in the following page about reptiles and amphibians
They organise and actively seek to collaborate on volunteer surveying and training events for the London area. So if you know any willing landowners with curious lands yet to be surveyed - Let them know!
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