Be inspired by nature and make your own natural collage using natural materials!
With regular volunteer work parties cancelled for the time being, but restrictions easing, Charlotte Karmali, volunteer warden at Finemere Wood, tells of being able to return to her haven.
As trees shed their leaves, a bounty of berries is revealed - a vital resource for many birds and small mammals through the winter.
A lovely craft to do with your little ones using finds collected on your autumnal walks
Oak apples, robin's pincushions, witches' brooms - there are thousands of types of gall caused by insects and fungi. It's a fascinating little world to explore!
Join Laura to find out how to make a traditional ink using oak galls!
Autumn is the perfect time to look for fungi, but what hides beneath the towering toadstools?
A fun and simple way to explore autumn and create your own unique nature inspired table for your little ones.
In her guest blog, BBOWT volunteer surveyor, Sue Taylor discovers there's always something new to find when you stop and look closely.
Worms are an easily overlooked part of the garden – they’re underground after all. But a garden with a healthy worm population is the starting point to one that’s alive with wildlife!