Entries Close soon for Wildlife Photo Competition
A picture is worth a thousand words and in this age of social media, everyone can show the world pictures of their life and surroundings! The Capturing Nature competition, run by a student researcher at UWE Bristol and supported by the Bristol Natural History Consortium, is a brilliant opportunity for you to share your photos...
Exciting updates announced for Bath Festival of Nature
The UK’s largest free celebration of the natural world is marking its 15th birthday this summer with its biggest programme yet, promising a wild adventure for all the family - find out the top 10 ways you can celebrate during the Festival of Nature!
Meet the Exhibitors: Who’s who at the Festival of Nature 2018
Say hello to some of the UK's best loved environmental organisations, and find out what you will discover at Festival of Nature 2018
Nature is Home
As Festival of Nature prepares for our ‘Nature, Health and Wellbeing’ conference on June 5th, we seek to bring professionals together to discuss and debate. In preparation for the event, we asked our conference producer from Natural Academy to share his thoughts on a growing body of practice and research
Bristol & Bath best in Europe for first global City Nature Challenge
Between 27-30 April 2018 Bristol and Bath competed with 65 cities on five continents to show the world how amazing our region is for people and nature. Together we embarked on an epic contest: to discover and record as much wildlife as possible over 4 days. Observations counted towards local, national and international efforts to...
Bristol Water’s Chew Valley Lake BioBlitz
On the 29th of April, 26 enthusiastic volunteers braved the rain and headed to Chew Valley Lake to BioBlitz the east side of the lake as part of the Bristol and Bath Region City Nature Challenge.
WERE YOU PART OF CITY NATURE CHALLENGE? WIN A NESTBOX!
Did you take part in City Nature Challenge? Fill in a short questionnaire and win a nestbox!
Five reasons to take part in City Nature Challenge
Becky Dyer, leader of #TEAMINVERTS gives us five reasons why everyone should take part in City Nature Challenge...
Fantastic mini-beasts and where to find them
Anthony, a passionate naturalist and leader of #TEAMINVERTS shares his fascination with invertebrates, why we should care about them and how you can support #TEAMINVERTS in this year’s City Nature Challenge
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
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