We have a terrific way to explore nature in your own backgarden with the one square metre outdoor STEM project! This is a super easy to set up nature science activity that you can do in any season and just about any setting. In fact, we encourage you to explore lots of locations throughout the year!
Nature diary for the second half of June, featuring grasses, birds, moths and butterflies.
The simple act of taking a walk and exploring the textures of nature around you
If you haven’t already discovered it, it’s time to hook up with #SpeciesADay, a fun initiative from the National Biodiversity Data Centre
Is your local beach growing or eroding. Here’s how to find out!
Birdsongs for Sparrows, Coal tits, Robins and Starlings. Can you tell them apart?
Nature Diary! What to look for, listen for, and smell for (can I say that?) in early June.
In Ireland we are surrounded by so many different types of beaches ranging
from sandy to shingle shores, as well as mudflats to rocky shore lines.
This makes it extremely exciting exploring all of the amazing animals, seaweeds,
plants and creatures that live there.
30 Days Wild is an initiative from the Wildlife Trusts which runs all the way through June. Sign up now!
Follow Leave No Trace Trainer Mairead to the intertidal zone and learn all about the animals that live there.