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Family activity: how to make a nature art frame
Create your own nature-inspired pictures with this fun and simple activity
Why conservationists cut down flowers
Why, when they look so pretty, do we mow our meadows in late-summer? Pete explains the importance of this traditional management for…
10 things you didn't know about wasps
Wasps are more than just a nuisance at picnics – like bees, they do a lot for humans as pollinators, and also as pest controllers. Here…
How to create your own wildflower meadow - part 1
Have you ever wanted to create a wildflower meadow? Julie and her family from Neve's Bees did too. Read on to follow the first part…
How to create your own wildflower meadow - part 2
Have you ever wanted to create a wildflower meadow? Julie and her family from Neve's Bees did too. Read on to follow the next part…
Family activity: how to make a nature mandala
Get outdoors and collect some seasonal finds, then create a beautiful pattern with what you've found
How to get your local community involved in conservation
Encouraging your local community to appreciate and record the wildlife on their doorstep is one way to help protect and restore the…
Wildlife to look for in July
Look out for these species in your garden and local green spaces this month
Family activity: snail racing
Which are faster, snails or slugs? Set up a race and find out!
How to compost your waste
Instead of sending your green waste to landfill, create your own compost.
How to create a mini pond
Even a small pond can be home to an interesting range of wildlife, including damsel and dragonflies, frogs and newts.
How to tell the difference between grasshoppers and crickets
Grassland and heathland are buzzing at this time of year, but is it a grasshopper or a cricket you can see? Get some top tips to work it…