Exploring little windows into the sea

Bristol Aquarium shares some top tips for a great day out rockpooling at your local beach From saltmarsh creeks and rocky cliffs to the wide expanses of sandy beaches and mud filled estuaries, the UK has over 11,000 miles of richly diverse and well populated coastline, supporting many thousands of species. And one of our...

5 Reasons to volunteer at the Festival of Nature

To celebrate Volunteers’ Week 2015, Gemma Windle, Volunteering Secretary at Bristol Nature Network has given us a run-down of her top 5 reasons to volunteer at the Festival of Nature: 1. Get out! We all know that fresh air and green spaces are good for us, but most of us are guilty of not getting...

Festival of Nature 2015 Preview with Martin Evans

Martin Evans from BBC Radio Bristol looks back at the 2014 Festival of Nature and ahead to this year's event!

Take a tour with a difference with At-Bristol Science Centre

Find out what At-Bristol Science Centre have planned for the Festival of Nature Wild Weekend

“Going bug crazy!” – Interview with Bristol Zoo

Learn how Bristol Zoo Gardens are bringing Big Bugs to this year's festival!

A Wild Day at Stoke Park – Preview by Steve England

Steve England reflects on the history of Stoke Park, how important the natural world is for young people and what's planned for Monday's event.

Oldbury Court BioBlitz – Gallery

We had some great fun and found some amazing species at our BioBlitz, click on the link to view our gallery.

Bug hunting

Explorers Day kicks off summer of discovery

15 May 2014. An Explorers Day will be held at Oldbury Court Estate this Sunday to kick off the Festival of Nature’s community events programme.

What to look out for at the Oldbury Court BioBlitz

Joining us at Oldbury Court this weekend? Here's what you could find...

Festival of Nature – University of Bristol Preview

Find out the exciting plans for this year's University of Bristol tent at the Festival of Nature