Nature's Calendar Blog

  • What to record in November - oak

    By Charlotte Armitage , 30/10/2017
    Oak tree with no leaves in winter

    This iconic UK tree has already started losing its leaves, and our records show that by November they will start to go completely bare. Help us collect data for this year and let us know the first time you spot a bare oak. Download our oak November desktop calendar. 

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  • Budburst sensitivity to March temperature

    By Rachel Abernethy (GIS Analyst, Met Office), 13/10/2017
    Schematic showing phenology indicators of climate change

    Find out how your budburst observations have contributed to phenological research at the Met Office. 

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  • September: photographs of the month

    By Charlotte Armitage , 10/10/2017
    Rowan in autumn tint taken by volunteer Andrew Godfrey

    We have loved receiving your photos since the new website went live. See if you have been selected this month.

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  • What to record in October - fieldfare

    By Charlotte Armitage , 30/09/2017
    Fieldfare sat in a tree

    Have you seen this common winter visitor yet this year? October is when they start arriving on our shores. Download our fieldfare October calendar. 

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  • What to record in September - rowan autumn tinting

    By Judith Garforth, 31/08/2017
    Yellow leaves on rowan branch

    We've received a few records of rowan first autumn tinting already this year. Have you noticed the leaves changing colour in your area? Download our rowan desktop wallpaper.

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