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Wildlife Site Request
Use the Wildlife Site Request button above to request a booking
Birmingham is fortunate in having a rich variety of natural open spaces, a large proportion of these are held in trust by the City Council. The health of this natural environment and the wildlife it contains is important to everyone and needs to be cherished and enjoyed by all, both now and in the future. The responsibility for making this happen lies with Birmingham Parks Ranger Service.
Nature conservation is an important part of our work and involves planning, practical management and advisory work. Rangers use a combination of skills and expertise including traditional countryside management techniques, and modern ecological techniques for surveying and monitoring habitats and wildlife. Much of the work is carried out by volunteers from businesses and community groups under supervision of the Ranger Service.
If you have a group visiting one of the sites you can arrange for a ranger to provide a guided walk and talk to gain the most out of your visit. Please access the online form by using the Request Wildlife Site Visit button above. For more information including charges for this service see the information below. Please also use this form to enquire about organising a practical volunteering activity in a wildlife site.
If you would like information about wildlife in Birmingham’s parks, country parks and nature reserves, please complete the online form using the Request Wildlife Information button.
If you have an enquiry about injured wildlife, please contact the RSPCA, Barnes Hill, Birmingham, B29 5UP - 0121 426 6777 for advice.