Nature's Calendar Blog

  • Sign of Autumn: Look out for the first fly agaric

    By Martha Boalch, 01/09/2018

    The first fly agaric mushroom of the year is a sure sign that the seasons are changing. Find out more about this iconic fairy tale toadstool and the challenges it faces.

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  • Autumn is on its way

    By Valerie Hurst, a regular Nature's Calendar recorder, 28/08/2018

    Autumn is on its way… but it’s hard to pin point exactly when it starts. Do you know how to sense when autumn is near?

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  • Photos of the month: July

    By Martha Boalch, 08/08/2018

    Thank you to all our recorders, whether you send pictures or not, we appreciate your time and effort. Here’s our top pick of your pics for July and some tips on how to use your summer fruit crop.

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  • How to tell if your conker is ready

    By Martha Boalch, 25/07/2018

    The age old questions… is your conker ready for battle? And how can you give it a helping hand?

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  • Photos of the month: June

    By Martha Boalch, 09/07/2018

    Here are some of your photos from this month. Thank you to all our recorders, whether you send pictures or not, we are grateful for your time and effort.

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