Nature's Calendar Blog

  • 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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  • UK Biodiversity Indicators 2017 published

    By Judith Garforth, 25/08/2017
    Male orange tip butterfly showing its white underwings with slight orange tips

    Find out how Nature's Calendar data is used to calculate the 'Spring Index' - one of the UK Biodiversity Indicators.

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  • What to record in August - fly agaric toadstools

    By Judith Garforth, 31/07/2017
    fly agaric toadstools

    Keep an eye out for fly agaric toadstools on woodland walks during August. Download our fly agaric August calendar. 

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  • Welcome to the new website

    By Judith Garforth, 26/07/2017
    Red berries on rowan tree

    Welcome to the new website. Find out what's new and how to start recording.

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