Tiny Forest Wildlife Count - Earthwatch

Thank you to everyone who took part in the Tiny Forest Wildlife Count!

The Tiny Forest Wildlife Count took place 18-26 May 2024. The count is a simple wildlife survey across the 200+ Tiny Forests in the UK. We monitor the butterflies, pollinators, and minibeasts that live underground at Tiny Forest sites.

The data collected during the Wildlife Count helps us understand how Tiny Forests are benefitting wildlife and communities in urban spaces.

If you would like to do more at your local Tiny Forest, there are lots of ways to get involved all year round:

What is a Tiny Forest?

A Tiny Forest is a dense woodland planted in a small area, recreating the natural structure of a forest in miniature. Tiny but powerful, they bring all the benefits of a woodland into the heart of urban communities. They help reconnect people with nature, enhance our wellbeing, tackle the impacts of climate change and provide nature-rich habitat for wildlife.

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