Learn about the Ecology Park and spot some of the birds of Greenwich Peninsula

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Greenwich Peninsula is celebrating its local wildlife and Ecology Park with a birdwatching logbook commissioned by artist Jennifer Moore. The logbook will provide an opportunity for the local community to connect to nature to support their mental and physical health, while creating a keepsake that can generate an income for the much-valued Ecology Park, flagging it up as a resource for all, harnessing the power of art to bring an environmental issue to life.

About the Artist 
For Jennifer Moore, choosing the birds that feature in any logbook is like organising a party: a blend of different characters to create a harmonious and interesting whole. The birds that Jennifer has chosen are both representative to the area and aesthetically pleasing, providing a balance of bird families, seasonal visitors, common sightings and more elusive species.

Jennifer has been birdwatching for many years, read countless field guides and has spoken to a myriad of birding folk, so the information is an accumulation of gathered knowledge based on a lifelong interest in nature. Birds of Greenwich Peninsula is her 16th title.

"Birds of Greenwich Peninsula is particularly interesting for me as I feel the use of art to communicate important climate-related issues is vital to portray the troubling scientific data in a palatable way for the outside academia"

About the Ecology Park
Green spaces are critical to providing a healthy habitat for human life as well as urban wildlife, the Peninsula will feature 48 acres of public and green spaces with the goal of creating a 10% biodiversity net gain to create a natural habitat for the future.

The booklets are plastic-free, and recyclable and are digitally printed in Sussex on art-grade FSC paper using vegetable-based inks. Costing £7.50, they are available to buy at the Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park and NOW Gallery.

All proceeds will go to supporting the Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park.

Learn more about the Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park here.

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The Ecology Park Gatehouse, John Harrison Way, Olympian Way, Greenwich Peninsula, London, SE10 0QZ
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