City Nature Challenge

BRISTOL & BATH CITY REGION, 26-29 APRIL 2019

Which city on Earth has the most wildlife and the most nature-loving citizens?

Between 26-29 April 2019, Bristol and Bath will unite to compete with 185+ cities on seven continents as we show the world how amazing our region is for people and nature during the 2019 City Nature Challenge. Defending our 2018 title of most observations in Europe, together we will embark on an epic contest: to discover and record as much wildlife as possible over 4 days.

Simply download the free iNaturalist app and start uploading photos of all the wild plants, animals and fungi you find to help Bristol & Bath climb the international rankings.

Scroll down to find out more!

Taking Part is Easy

Click here to go to the iNaturalist website, scroll to the bottom of their page, download the free app and start recording wildlife!

City Nature Challenge 2019 Events and Training

The full calendar of events taking place across Bristol and Bath 26-29 April, as well as the exciting training activities taking place in April

Take on a Wildlife Mission

Your mission if you wish to accept it! Be a Bristol and Bath champion and help your city climb the rankings by taking on a wildlife mission!

Tips and Tricks and FAQs

Everything you need to know to take part in City Nature Challenge in a handy pack of frequently asked questions

Results from 2018

Find out how Bristol & Bath came first in Europe for City Nature Challenge 2018!

International Rankings

Find out what cities around around the world are taking part in City Nature Challenge, and watch this space for live updates across the event

Information for Organisations

Would your organisation like to run an event or training session during City Nature Challenge?

Run a Wildlife Survey at Your School

Put your school on the nature map by downloading free resources on running a City Nature Challenge activity

Sign Up to our Festival of Nature mailing list

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Polyommatus icarus

Common Blue Butterfly

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Amara similata

Ground Bettle

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Vespula vulgaris

Common Wasp