Festival of Chichester
11 June - 10 July 2022
Imprint Ecology is running four nature-themed events during the Festival!

Celebrating all things WILD - ecological consultancy, wildlife workshops, conservation detection dogs

Chichester, West Sussex. Available across the UK.

The bat walk and bumblebee workshop were both really interesting and informative and I would recommend them to anyone with an interest in these subjects. The timing was just right and they were good value for money.

Cathy L


My daughter and I attended a bat walk. We had a fantastic evening that outweighed expectations. The area we walked in was beautiful and Emily was extremely knowledgeable about the different species of bats  and their environment.

Sophy A


I noticed that no one wanted to leave at the end of our bumblebee workshop on the orchard. Emily really encouraged us to use our new-found skills to try and see if we could identify which species were on the orchard.

Jenny C

Ecology Surveys

Applying for planning permission and need an ecology survey? Imprint Ecology is your local, independent environmental consultancy!

Phase 1 Habitat Surveys, Ecological Impact Assessments, Bat Surveys, Walkover Surveys, Protected Species Surveys, Biodiversity Net Gain, and more. Exceptional quality reports that get planning consent first time.


No VAT, no hidden costs or unnecessary delays.

  • Bat Walk at Dusk
    24 Jun, 21:00 – 22:30
    Brandy Hole Copse, Chichester, PO19 5RY
    Part of the Festival of Chichester 2022. Discover the fascinating world of bats as they emerge from their roosts at dusk. We will try to pick up their echolocation calls using electronic handheld detectors!
  • Beginner's Bumblebee Workshop
    29 May, 14:00 – 16:00
    Bishop's Palace Garden, Canon Lane, Chichester PO19 1PX
    Learn about the ecology, lifecycle, behaviour and how to identify our most common bumblebee species on a walk among the wildflowers.
  • Trees for Beginners in Spring - Walking Workshop
    20 Mar, 15:30 – 17:30
    Park Lane car park, Slindon, BN18 0QY
    Kickstart your tree ID skills on a walk in the woods. Leaves aren't everything - learn how to identify deciduous trees from their spring buds, bark, twigs and trunks too!

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