Wild about Hampstead Heath

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Wild About Hampstead Heath (WAHH) is our volunteer-led learning program, helping visitors engage with the wide variety of wildlife on Hampstead Heath, and making lasting connections to nature. We've got free, fun nature activities for everyone each weekend on the Heath. Come along and learn about nature on the Heath with our fantastic Wildlife Interpreters. Take part in fun activities such as pond dipping, den building, bird watching and much much more!

Launched by the RSPB in 2012, it is now run by Heath Hands and led by our Wildlife Interpreter Volunteers. Sessions are suitable for all ages - find out more by clicking here.

Sessions take place every weekend at 12.30-16.00, close to Parliament Hill Bandstand. Check Twitter for exact locations or look out for our display bikes on the day. 

Upcoming dates:

Sunday 7th April
Sunday 14th April
Saturday 20th April
Sunday 28th April
Sunday 5th May

If you're interested in getting more involved, you can volunteer as Wildlife Interpreter and help deliver our sessions. Click here to find out more and apply!