Track and record autumn with Nature's Calendar

Lorienne Whittle, 07/10/2019

Our climate is changing and we need your help to track its effects on nature this autumn.

From birds migrating to fungi appearing, from fruit ripening to leaves tinting – we want to know when events like these happen across the UK!

You'll be contributing to a long biological record that dates back as far as 1736, but we need to know what is going on now, in your local area.

So join thousands of others and become a Nature’s Calendar recorder today.

Peacock butterfly

Join thousands of other people and let us know what's happening to wildlife near you.

Have you seen your first butterfly or swallow of the spring? Is it a good year for wild autumn fruits? Take part in Nature's Calendar and help scientists to monitor the effects of climate change on wildlife.

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