Here are a few more Wildlife Watch blogs

Gardening for Wildlife in a Small Space
Ann, from SumoGardener tells us how to make the most of a small space! Just because you might have a small garden, it doesn’t mean it can’t be a wildlife haven, and look beautiful, too!  Read more …

St Peter’s School Blog
In an urban school where green space is getting smaller and smaller, Katy and her class explore the different ways to bring nature into the classroom.  Read more …

Willow’s Forest School
If you go down to the woods today … you might be surprised to see children from I CAN’s Meath School enjoying their learning at Willow’s Forest School. Each class are having the opportunity to use the woods to support and enhance their learning experience.  Read more …

Getting Teens Outdoors
Kirsty loves getting kids to experience the outdoors, but it can become a challenge as they get older to keep them engaged. In this blog, she shares some of her most successful ideas that (you never know!) might re-invigorate their love of nature!  Read more …

Pond dipping with Wildlife Watch
Annie Ives, volunteer Wildlife Watch leader, runs through a pond dipping session with her group, and how they linked it to important OPAL surveys!   Take a look …