Here are some more suggestions c/o Wildlife Watch for summer activities.
Beauty in the Beasts – Chris Lawrence Wildlife photographer, and Wildlife Trust volunteer, Chris Lawrence talks about the wonder of insects, and how he uses his skill in photography to directly help his local Wildlife Trust! Have a read, then pick up your camera!
My Art Inspiration – Socha Faulkner Illustrator and designer, Sorcha Faulkner, tells us how nature inspires her work! Her prints are incredible, don’t forget to enter our November competition to be in with the chance of winning one! Aspiring artist? Read Sorcha’s blog!
Backyard Jungle – Dawood Qureshi Dawood, aged 16, talks about the wonder of the simple back garden. There is so much to see and discover, if you only know where to look… Come, see, and start your back garden adventure!
A Year of Helping out with Wildlife Watch – Liz Wildlife Watch leader Liz talks about her experience of helping out with her local Wildlife Watch group, how much she’s learnt and some of the great activities she’s taken part in! Read more!
The UK’s Marine Giants – Jenna Govier Jenna’s Conservation Blog has featured this wonderful post about the marine giants that live under our seas, and how everybody can do their bit to help them. Take a look at this and others from Jenna!
Let’s rewild the learning experience! – Jane Campbell Jane Campbell, Senior Outdoor Learning Development Officer at Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust, talks about how Sheffield Wildlife Trust are on a mission to rewild children through their Thinking Outside the Box Project. Read this blog here!
Minds and happiness flourish with outdoor learning – Emma Websdale If nature makes children happier and healthier, shouldn’t we be doing more of it? That’s what Emma Websdale, Senior Communications Officer at The Wildlife Trusts and Editor of Wildlife Watch, asks in her guest blog.
A taste of the wild – Leanne Manchester Visiting London Wildlife Trust’s Camley Street Nature Park is a breath of fresh air in a commuter city. Leanne Manchester, Communications Support Officer at The Wildlife Trusts, talks about her experience at an outdoor learning event. Read the blog post here!
Wildlife Watch Boat Trip – Abbi Scott, Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildife Trust A few local Wildlife Watch groups were lucky enough to go out on the solar boat in Chichester Harbour with Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust to discover more about the marine live that lives there. Read all about the exciting time they had!
Wild about learning – Lyndsey Young Lyndsey Young, Communications Officer at The Wildlife Trusts, visited a Leicestershrie & Rutland Wildlife Trust Forest School and saw first hand the incredible impact ‘getting wild’ has on children. Take a look at her visit.