Festival partnering with Bristol 2015 for special edition of Gardeners’ Question Time
The Festival of Nature is joining forces with Bristol 2015 to host a very special edition of BBC Radio 4’s Gardeners’ Question Time.
Beyond BioBlitz – 24 hours of fun at Oldbury Court
Excitement is building here at BNHC towers ahead of our first event in 2015, the Bristol BioBlitz at Olbury Court Estate on 15-16 May, but this is no ordinary BioBlitz…
Bath Festival of Nature 2015 Programme
Take a look at our full programme of hands-on activities from wild walks to inspiring workshops and much more!
A Wild Year for Festival of Nature 2015!
As the seasons shift once again and autumn really sets in, so too comes the end of another fantastic year of Festival of Nature events! 2015 has seen the Festival of Nature team bring together a whole host of different organisations, groups and charities as well as thousands of families and school children at our...
Getting ready to BioBlitz in Bradley Stoke
Monday 02 June Take part in a free family event and go on a real-life wildlife expedition at Three Brooks Local Nature Reserve! Three Brooks Local Nature Reserve will be hosting a real-life wildlife expedition, searching for and documenting all of the site’s weird and wonderful species on 4 and 5 July. Families will have...
Festival of Nature Wild Weekend… a few highlights
Join us for the Festival of Nature Wild Weekend in Bristol - the UK’s biggest free nature event. Explore, discover and enjoy the natural world with a programme of interactive activities from over 150 organisations.
Bristol Bright Night
Bristol Bright Night will be taking over the city for the second time on 25th September 2015. Join us to celebrate Bristol’s place as a home for cutting-edge research through a free showcase of interactive, hands-on activities. Watch this space for more information on Bristol Bright Night 2015, and sign up to the Festival of...
Bigger, Better, Wilder – Festival of Nature returns to Bristol
9 June 2014. The Festival of Nature Wild Weekend runs on 15-16 June, packed with hands-on activities, live entertainment, a busy market and fascinating talks on the Bristol Harbourside
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.
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