Explorers wanted for Knowsley Safari Park

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Calling all explorers! Knowsley Safari is on the hunt for nature aficionados to join their team to discover the many species that make Britain’s back garden their home.

The one-day event taking place on 22 May marks the launch of a two year commitment to support EAZA’s (European Association of Zoos and Aquarium) ‘Let It Grow’ campaign.

The activity aims to educate and encourage visitors to champion native wildlife and help to conserve backyard species from bugs to birds.

Knowsley Safari’s Research Officer, Bridget Murray, said: “Our team at Knowsley Safari will be working with experts from across the North West,

and together with the support of the public, we are hoping to uncover more about the native species that make Knowsley their home than ever before.

“We are calling on visitors to enjoy a full wild day out at Knowsley Safari, and play an important part in helping us identify as many different species of birds, bugs, plants and beasties as they can.”

Knowsley Safari’s Woodland Bioblitz will take place on Sunday 22nd May during park opening hours.