Apr 04 2018

Signs of Spring

Read volunteer Valerie Hurst's story of her first encounter with a red-tailed bumble bee this season.    Heat was suddenly spiralling on the south facing wall of the garden.  Heat, it was a wonderful feeling.  Bright sunshine and colour was instantly apparent.  The dull hues of winter,...

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Jan 17 2018

Citizen science.. let’s get involved

With nearly 70 species and 180 events there are opportunities for everyone to get involved with Nature’s Calendar. By sharing your wildlife sightings you will be contributing to a dataset with records dating back to 1753. This provides an invaluable source of information for researchers...

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Nature's Calendar volunteer Greg
Jan 17 2018

How I became a recorder for the Trust…

The story of how a retired scientist learnt some more science in a new subject by getting involved with Nature’s Calendar and citizen science. I first heard of Nature’s Calendar one spring on Radio 4’s morning “Today” programme, and the idea of citizen science fascinated...

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Jan 16 2018

Have you cut yours yet?

With the launch of the new Nature’s Calendar website we need more records than ever, and this is where you come in! For those of you that don’t know Nature’s Calendar is a Woodland Trust’s citizen science project and has been tracking species responses to...

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