Songbird Survival

This link takes you to the website of the UK charity, Songbird Survival whose name very aptly says what it’s setting out to do.  In particular, it funds research into the the causes of decline in order to help promote solutions to restore songbird numbers. Details of their research are here.  There’s a news and views…

The Wild Network goes Local

The Wild Network now has over 27 thousand members, ranging from individual parents and teachers, to nature clubs and outdoor leaders.   Its mission is to help kids to roam free, play wild and lead nature-rich lives. You can read the full story and find out how to get involved and share your ideas on their website.

Project Wild Thing

Project Wild Thing, the film by David Bond, speaks to widely held (and commonly accepted) societal fears that children’s and young people’s opportunities to roam freely and independently in ‘the outdoors’ have curtailed considerably in the late 20th and 21st centuries. David Bond is a filmmaker and a father. Things have really changed since he…

Check out Learn from Nature

The Learn from Nature blog is always worth a second look as it sets out to contribute news and ideas to the debate around finding ways of humans living lightly on the Earth. It’s writer (NAEE’s Henricus Peters) says: Humans, as regions and nations, even as individuals, share the Earth with many billions of peoples…

Learning outside the classroom awards

Nominations are open for the 9th annual learning outside the classroom awards presented by the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom (CLOtC). These awards recognise individuals and teams of people who are committed to ensuring that young people have inspiring experiences outside the classroom.  CLOtC invites you to nominate your LOtC Hero in one of…

A Climate Spiral

If you’re not already a member of the CLEAN (Climate Literacy and Energy  Awareness Network) you might take a look at the University of Reading’s  Climate Spiral. Science magazine said this about it: “Scientists have produced many reports, charts and animations to measure climate change over the decades.  But few have achieved the resonance of this one from scientist Ed Hawkins,…

This is National Insect week

We’re half-way through National Insect week: 20 to 26 June.  How are you marking it? It’s a celebration of insect life.   They’ll be events and activities taking place somewhere near you where you can meet insect experts and encounter lots of interesting and important insect species.  To celebrate the week Wildlife Watch has teamed up with Learning…

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