Join us for the bigger, better, wilder Festival of Nature 2014!
Thanks to those who joined us for the Wild Weekend on Bristol's Harbourside, at Bath Goes Wild, Wild About Chew and the Three Brooks BioBlitz, not to mention at community events and our Festival talks programme!
Join us at one of our remaining community events running across Bristol's green spaces until the end of July!
Get ready for a wild summer of discovery!
Speckled Bush Cricket
Visit the Festival
Celebrate the natural world at the Festival of Nature: Wild Weekend, discover your local wildlife with our community events programme, and find out more about our new regional programme.
Browse the events calendar
The Festival of Nature is bigger, better and wilder for 2014, with events across the West of England from May to July
- http://t.co/Q6pCZoTq6y don't miss our last FoN event at @lwcommunityfarm this Sunday, 12-4pm!! http://t.co/5GAAM1lI2D
- RT @Arkive: Volunteer at our amazing events this October! Find out how to get involved with @WildscreenFest & @wild_photos here: http://t.c…
- RT @LeighWoodsNT: @ShipshapeMag @VisitBristol @RftS_Bristol it's official @PicnicCinema in #Bristol now open for bookings! EXCITING! http:/…
Volunteer at the Festival
Join the amazing team of events volunteers at some of our exciting events this summer to help inspire families, schools and communities to discover their local wildlife; learn new skills and build experience
Join over 1000 primary school pupils at the Festival of Nature Schools' Day, or get involved with our programme of events across the city.
Avon Wildlife Trust
BBC Natural History Unit
Bristol City Council
Bristol Zoo Gardens
University of Bristol
University of the West of England
Bristol Natural History Consortium is a charitable partnership of
these 12 organisations. Registered Charity No. 1123432