Ever wondered what a wide range of wildlife is lurking in the undergrowth and around our parks?
Here's your chance to help us find out - and learn a bit more about your local enviroment at the same time.
We're looking for amateur David Attenboroughs willing to rummage around as part of a "BioBlitz" event being held in Thompson Park, Burnley, on Saturday 23rd June.
The aim is to get a clearer picture of what wildlife, big and small, is living in the park. It's a chance to learn about Burnley's biology and the fascinating creatures that inhabit our parks and will be a great day out for everyone, young and old.It's also an opportunity to see how the park's being transformed thanks to a £1.2 million restoration programme.
More details will be made available closer to the big day but the event will include guided walks to look at the different types of trees and wildflowers growing in the park, a walk up the River Brun, worm charming sessions and, of course, mini beast hunts, as well as a display of owls and a wildlife quest.
The event is free and will run between 10am and 4pm