THE RACE IS ON!
Bristol & Bath | London | Plymouth
27-30 APRIL 2018
Which city on Earth has the most wildlife and the most nature loving citizens? Help show the world how amazing the UK is for people and nature by joining an epic contest: to discover and record as much wildlife as possible over 4 days.
Competing with 65 cities on five continents, three city regions across the UK need you to join in the race by sending in your wildlife sightings over 27-30 April 2018. Your observations count towards local, national and international efforts to learn about and protect your regions’ amazing wildlife.
If you are visiting any of the three cities you can join families, schools and fellow naturalists embarking on a wildlife spotting spree in the garden, local park or walking trail by recording your findings on the iNaturalist app.
Bristol & Bath
There are loads of ways you can get involved with City Nature Challenge in the Bristol & Bath region. Take part in a fun wildlife event, join one of our expert Survey Teams, bring City Nature Challenge to your school with our free teaching resources, or simply download the iNaturalist app and look at the wildlife in your garden!
City Nature Challenge in the Bristol & Bath region is being led by the Natural History Consortium and a range of amazing local organisations and volunteers hosting individual activities.
Join our drop-in BioBlitz event in Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens on Sunday 29th April 2018 from 10:30am (basecamp and welcome desk is at the Lookout Centre), or take part wherever you are in the Greater London area using the iNaturalist app. All are welcome to join in – both Londoners and visitors to the city can take part and help showcase the amazing nature we have here in the capital.
City Nature Challenge London is being led by the Natural History Museum in partnership with the Royal Parks, University College London, and a host of amazing organisations that support nature in our city.
The Marine Biological Association and partners will be encouraging everyone to record wildlife from the Plymouth postcode area during the City Nature Challenge weekend, taking advantage of the city’s coastal position to add some marine and coastal species to their list.
Avon Wildlife Trust
Bath & North East Somerset Council
BBC Natural History Unit
Bristol City Council
Bristol Zoo Gardens
University of Bath
University of Bristol
University of the West of England
Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust
The Natural History Consortium is a charitable collaboration between these member organisations.
Engaging people with the natural world through collaborative action. Reg Charity 1123432