Nature's Calendar Blog

  • Photos of the month: November

    By Judith Garforth, 14/12/2018

    Thank you to all of our recorders. Whether you’ve submitted a photo this month or not, we really appreciate the time you’ve taken to tell us about the winter wildlife activity near you. Here are some of our favourite November photos.

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  • Winter Birds

    By Martha Boalch and Seán Kerr, 29/11/2018

    Over winter we ask you to look or listen out for blackcap, chiffchaff and song thrush. Find out more about these birds and the challenges facing them.

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  • The Tree Charter

    By Martha Boalch, 16/11/2018

    Tree Charter Day is on 24 November this year, it is a celebration of trees. As a Nature’s Calendar recorder you already help us monitor wildlife to better understand the impacts of climate change. This fits with one of the Tree Charter’s principles: Combat the threats to our habitats. 

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  • Photos of the month: October

    By Martha Boalch, 09/11/2018

    Thank you to all our recorders, whether you send pictures or not, we appreciate your time and effort to tell us about autumn wildlife activity. Here’s our top pick of your pics for October.

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  • Beech: the nation’s second favourite tree

    By Martha Boalch, 26/10/2018

    Discover more about beech identification, importance and history. Help scientists study natural timings by looking out for the first sighting of a beech tree without its leaves.

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