Ahead of her talk on Monday 3rd June we caught up with to Kate Bradbury. Kate is the wildlife editor on BBC Gardeners’ World magazine, and a freelance writer for the Guardian, BBC Wildlife magazine, Telegraph Gardening and is regular contributor to BBC Gardener’s Question Time.
Pioneering New Approaches to Inspire Action For Nature
This year's Festival of Nature includes three new, pioneering elements to help the 100+ organisations looking to inspire positive action at Festival of Nature 2019.
Festival of Nature Golden Ticket Competition!
Festival of Nature 2019 is just a week away and we’re giving away a once in a lifetime festival experience worth £100 to celebrate!
World-first digital science festival to take place this summer
The Festival of Nature will break new ground this summer as it becomes the first science festival in the world to run simultaneously on-location and online - giving global digital visitors the chance to navigate their way around the festival and enjoy live and static talks, workshops and screenings.
Meet the Exhibitor – University of Bristol Researchers
The University of Bristol is a Festival of Nature favourite in Millennium Square, and each year we look forward to welcoming cutting-edge research from one of our universities, presented live and interactive by the researchers involved!
Festival of Nature 2019 includes a special series on nature writing. Ahead of his talk on Thursday 6th June we caught up with to Micheal Benton, University of Bristol Professor, Paleontologist, and author of Dinosaurs Rediscovered.
Guest post – A Nature Recovery Network for the West of England
The West of England Nature Partnership's Heather Elgar discusses the need for a Nature Recovery Network in the West of England
Guest post – Bath Natural History Society do City Nature Challenge!
Alan and Marion Rayner debrief from Bath Nats Wildlife Recording Visit to the American Museum
See the natural world brought to life this summer as Festival of Nature expands into Queen Square
The Festival of Nature has released a packed 2019 programme, which will see the Big Weekend expand into Queen Square, a special series of nature writing events and the launch of a world-first digital festival.
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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