Smartphone Safari

Please join your local wildlife trust today

Please join your local wildlife trust today

Please join your local wildlife trust today

Every weekend on BBC Radio Berkshire and BBC Radio Oxford we broadcast a Smartphone Safari. Listen as we explore some of our fantastic reserves and introduce you to the wildlife you can see.

  • Fungi at Moor Copse #1

     

    Ali visits Moor Copse to look for fungi and other seasonal wildlife.
  • Brown hairstreak butterfly egg hunt

     

    Ollie Kent, BBOWT's Upper Ray Conservation Trainee, talks about brown hairstreak butterfly egg count which took place at the Upper Ray Meadows, Leaches Farm.
  • Brown hairstreak butterfly egg hunt 2

     

    Ollie Kent, BBOWT's Upper Ray Conservation Trainee, talks about brown hairstreak butterfly egg count which took place at the Upper Ray Meadows, Leaches Farm.
  • Pond dipping at CS Lewis

     

    Kate Prudden talks about pond dipping event BBOWT hosted at CS Lewis nature reserve.
  • Woodlark announcing the arrival of spring at Greenham Common

     

    Listen to Roger Stace, BBOWT West Berks Living Landscape Project Officer's recording about woodlarks who use singing to mark their territory and attract females.
  • Nature at Whitecross Green Wood Reserve

     

    Listen to BBOWT Community Wildlife Trainee Kate Prudden talking about nature at Whitecross Green Wood Reserve.
  • Hedge laying at Wells Farm

     

    Listen to BBOWT Assistant Reserves Officer Roseanna Holt's live recording from hedge laying activity at Wells Farm community allotments.
  • Planting hedges at Woolley Firs

     

    Ali Blaney, BBOWT Berkshire Reserves Officer, talks about planting hedges at Woolley Firs.
  • World Wetlands Day at College Lake

     

    Diccon Proctor, BBOWT Developing Green Talent Trainee, talks about World Wetlands Day at College Lake.
  • Brown hairstreak butterfly egg hunt

     

    Ollie Kent, BBOWT's Upper Ray Conservation Trainee, talks about brown hairstreak butterfly egg count which took place at the Upper Ray Meadows, Leaches Farm.