The City of Oslo will partner with a number of recreational and nature organisations on a whole week dedicated to the capital's habitats and animal life. The week will be full of events and activities for anyone who wants to discover, experience and learn more about Oslo's biodiversity.
Biodiversity refers to the diversity of living organisms.
Oslo is the local authority in Norway with the greatest registered biodiversity, which is very rich, especially on the islands and in parts of the building zone.
Come and enjoy workshops, walks, courses, talks and film screenings.
You can learn about the animals that live in the city, forest, sea, and on the islands.
Learn more about badgers, hedgehogs, bees, flower meadows, virgin forest, and much more.
Learn to build bird boxes, bat boxes and insect hotels, and help to strengthen Oslo's biodiversity.
Does your organisation want to contribute to Biodiversity Week? Contact Line Tveiten of the Agency for Urban Environment.