Our Engaging with Nature project, based in Thatcham, is looking for volunteers. Project officer, Carrie Starbuck explains more about the role and how to get involved.
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Over 730,000 people joined in with the 30 Days Wild challenge this year. Find out why, and what's next so that we can all stay wild all year.
Kick off your wildest June with a Big Wild Breakfast! See what else is happening this month and download your free placemat.
Chief Executive of BBOWT, Estelle Bailey encourages everyone to take the 30 Days Wild challenge this June. It's good for your wellbeing and good for the planet. Find out why.
Taking a closer look at your local green space can help to add a sense of connection, which also improves our wellbeing. Katie Horgan and her 'Rough around the edges' volunteers did just…
Have a wilder Christmas with our nature challenge for all the family
Estelle Bailey, Chief Executive of BBOWT, reflects on the impacts of Covid-19 on our work inspiring the next generation about nature
You can spot a huge variety of plants, birds, insects and mammals in your local green space, if you take the time to slow down and look closely. Liz Shearer takes us on a tour.
Estelle Bailey, Chief Executive of BBOWT, reflects on the impacts of Covid-19 on our work for local wildlife and people
The impact the lockdown is having on the wildlife on your doorstep and across nature reserves.