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From leaf buds bursting to blackberries ripening, let us know what’s happening near you. You'll be contributing to a long biological record that dates back as far as 1736.Start recording
Dog Roses: meaning, myth and medicinal usesLorienne Whittle, 07/06/2021
The colder spring has meant some phenology events are happening a little later this year, so you might still have time to go out and look for 'first flowering' dog rose to record on Nature's Calendar.
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The plants, animals and fungi you can record have been selected to help us understand how nature is affected by weather and climate change.
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Date range poster
Download our new date range poster here. This handy document will help to remind you what species to look out for at different times of year.Download our phenology calendar