Nature's Calendar Blog

  • 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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  • Photos of the month: September

    By Martha Boalch, 09/10/2018

    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 September.

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  • An autumn arrival: redwings on the move

    By Martha Boalch, 21/09/2018

    Redwing are a migratory bird of the thrush family that seeks winter refuge in the UK. Find out more about their summer and winter habits, as well as the threats they face.

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  • Photos of the month: August

    By Martha Boalch and Linda Gill, 11/09/2018

    Thank you to all our recorders, whether you send pictures or not, we appreciate your time and effort to tell us about the start of autumn wildlife activity. Here’s our top pick of your pics for August, with commentary from Linda Gill, a regular recorder.

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  • 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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