Join us from home with our online events!
25th May 2022
Not in the Bristol and Bath region and still want to get involved with events during this year's Festival of Nature? We've got you! Take a look at our online events series taking place 10-18 June and start booking some tickets!
Organising Community Action for Nature - SOLD OUT
When: Friday 10 June 12.30 – 1.30pm
Join an open discussion session on the practical questions that individuals, communities and organisations can ask when looking to take Action for Nature. Whether you are new to this or a seasoned community organiser we would like to get your input to help steer the direction of the Community Action Collective, a group of cross sector organisations coming together to see how we can support communities across the UK.
Capturing Ecology: Digital Wildlife Photography Exhibition
When: Friday 10 - Saturday 18 June
Capturing Ecology is the British Ecological Society’s annual photography competition for members, which showcases the incredible talent of our global ecological community. Be transported into a fully explorable 3D virtual gallery displaying the most exciting wildlife photography, taken by the ecologists who work to understand and protect our planet.
Nature Writing Workshop with Moving Mountains
When: Monday 13 June 7 - 8pm
Unleash your creative side in this nature writing session hosted by Louise Kenward. The workshop will explore the themes of chronic illness and physical disabilities, and the connections to the outdoors.
Play new game Overgrown with Coney
When: Wednesday 15 June 6.30 - 8pm
Team up and have go at Overgrown, the new online game all about the tangled relationship between humans and nature. Join as a team or an individual and explore solutions for the future.
Zoo-LOL-ogy: Zoological stand up comedy!
When: Wednesday 15 June 7.30 - 9pm
Join hosts Hana Ayoob and Sam Langford online as they introduce a raft of incredible zoological stand-up comedy talent! Expect puns, poo and possibly a parrot or two in this anarchic exploration of the minds of wildlife biologists.
Introduction to Google Earth for Environmental Mapping - SOLD OUT
When: Thursday 16 June 6 - 8pm
Join us for this free online workshop on how you can use data to monitor environmental events, hazards and disasters. You will have the opportunity to use space-borne imagery to detect and map environmental changes over time.
Healing Earth: A Dialogue about the Nature of Living Diversity
When: Friday 17 June 7 - 8pm
Jerome Lewis, Flourishing Diversity Co-Founder and Anthropologist, invites you to join an open dialogue with Choctaw scientist Dawn Hill Adams of Tapestry Institute, to explore some of the ways biocultural diversity serves systems in desperate need of healing.