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The Bristol Natural History Consortium currently has 11 members who work collaboratively within the BNHC charitable structure. Our membership reflects Bristol’s reputation as a leading centre for the understanding and appreciation of the natural world, although our programmes have national reach and impact.

Follow the links below to find out more about our three main programmes


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Andy Day

Festival of Nature

The Festival of Nature 2015 will land in Bristol Harbourside on the 13th & 14th of June. Watch this space for further information. Follow @FestofNature //

Pond dipping at Wild About Chew - credit Jon Craig Photography

BioBlitz

Join an event near you to discover and explore your local green space and become a wildlife scientist for a day “Bio” means “life” and “Blitz” means “do something very ...

Robin-Ince

Communicate

Communicate is the UK’s leading conference for environmental communicators, bringing together over 150 delegates each year to develop their skills, share best practice and the debate the latest issues in ...

BRL BEST 023 with watermark

Bristol Bright Night

Discover the highlights from Bristol Bright Night 2014: a celebration of local research with DNA cocktails, research tapas and robots galore. #BristolBrightNight

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Green Volunteers

Welcome to the annual Bristol Green Volunteers Awards, celebrating the amazing contribution of volunteers to Bristol’s status as a European Green Capital.

Remi with tree shakers

About Us

Our Mission Bristol Natural History Consortium – Engaging people with the natural world through collaborative action The Bristol Natural History Consortium currently has 12 members who work collaboratively within the ...

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polyommatus icarus

Common Blue Butterfly