RSPB: Waterloo and Crosby Coastal Park

This events involves a stroll around the four gardens and Crosby coastal park.

The area around Crosby beach and Crosby Marine Park stretches from Waterloo to the estuary of the River Alt at Hightown. The Coastal Park is currently home to the Iron men of Anthony Gormley’s Another Place.

The marine lake at Crosby is always of interest and the vast expanse of sandy beach provides resting and feeding locations for flocks of wading birds where the dunes shelter new arrivals.

The lakes and dunes have played host to a number of visitors over the years, including Long-Tailed Duck, Snow Bunting, Grey Phalarope, Lesser Scaup and Goldeneye.

*Meet at the corner of South Road and Marine Cresent in Crosby and wrap up warm!!*

West Lancashire Wildlife: Sedges

Indoor meetings run every month at Edge Hill University in Ormskirk, which aim to provide a space to learn more about the local area, as well as offering a chance to socialise with like-minded wildlife enthusiasts.

Please arrive for 19:15pm for the talk to begin at 19:30pm.

Meetings are held in room B003 in the Business school at Edge Hill University.

Crosby Beach Clean

Most scheduled beach cleans take place on Sunday mornings, between 10:30am and 12:30pm, meeting on the Promenade below the Crosby Baths to collect equipment and for a short briefing. If it is very wet, meet under the canopy of the Baths.

RSPB: Hale Park and Pickerings Pasture Nature Reserve

This event will involve searching through Hale Park for migrants and finches, before heading down to the estuary coastal path. We will then be moving onto Pickerings Pasture Nature Reserve later on, where the Cafe will hopefully be open!

The walk is fairly easy, however the paths in the woodland and along the coast can be slightly tricky. Benches are sporadic at Hale and there are no facilities except for the Pub.

*Please dress appropriately as it can be chilly along the coast*

Moth Night 20th Anniversary

Moth Night is organised in partnership with Atropos, Butterfly Conservation and the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, and is an annual celebration of moth recording throughout Britain and Ireland.

These events aim to raise awareness of moths among the general public and this years theme is Clifden Nonpareil and Migrants.

Come and celebrate 20 years since the launch event of Moth Night in 1999, with this three night (Thursday-Saturday) event.

World Car Free Day

Stalls, Music, Games, Walks

Vehicles will be blocked from travelling along a key Liverpool road, the area that will be kept free of vehicles will stretch from the Rose Garden through to the Lock-Up – with buses set to be diverted around the closed-off area.

Ever since the first vehicle rolled onto the streets in 1886, the world has had a love-hate relationship with the motor car. Today, with over one billion motor vehicles on the roads around the globe, it sometimes seems as if we cannot escape the pollution, noise and danger that they produce.

One day a year is set aside to try and avoiding using cars and cycling, walking or using public transport instead. Car Free Day aims to take the heat off the planet for just one day by encouraging people to be less dependent on their cars and try alternatives.

Why not take action locally and avoid using your car!

Wavertree are holding a great Wavertree bake off on this day! Bring you cake to be crowned champion!