City Nature Challenge 2021: Bristol and Bath – what happened?
Over 4 epic days the residents of Bristol and Bath set about exploring nature on their doorstep to help put local wildlife on the map for City Nature Challenge alongside 422 city regions worldwide!
City Nature Challenge Returns for 2021
Over the last year we’ve had the chance to explore our local areas like never before and now the people of Bristol and Bath are being asked to share what they have discovered in the annual City Nature Challenge.
Thank you to City Nature Challenge funders!
A huge thank you to the sponsors of this year's City Nature Challenge!
Call out for an Audio Producer
The Natural History Consortium is seeking to appoint an audio producer to collaborate on our Festival of Nature programme. Find out how to apply!
Show and Tell Nature – exciting new public engagement training for UWE students
Tired of live stream talks? Hoping for more imaginative online engagement events? We are too! That’s why the Natural History Consortium (NHC) is partnering with UWE to co-create a series of exciting, innovative hybrid events for the Festival of Nature,
Resources from Changing Minds: City Nature Challenge UK
On Friday 29th January 100 City Nature Challenge organisers and biological recorders from across the UK joined together to discuss how the UK might link up to make the most out of City Nature Challenge in 2021.
A huge thank you to our amazing partners, volunteers, delegates, supporters and everyone that took part in our programmes in 2020! Here’s what happened in 2020.
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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