|Muck in for Life |
Fun & free environmental activities for all the family - get stuck in.
|Muck in for Life |
|Head to Forests & Woods |
The Forestry Commission is responsible for the protection & expansion of forests & woodlands in the UK. It has a map showing places you can enjoy horse riding, walking, cycling, wildlife sightseting, orienteering & more.
|Find out what's happening in your area |
|Get close up to nature |
Benefit from nature's soothing, gentle environment and watching the wildlife by taking time out on an RSPB nature reserve. T he RSPB membership gives you FREE access to 100 nature reserves. That's nearly 2 to visit every week of the year! Family memberships are available
|Join the RSPB online |
|Visit wetlands |
The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust is a leading conservation organisation, saving wetlands for wildlife and people worldwide. Why not visit a member of the WWT near you this weekend? And if you love taking photos, get snapping for the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust's annual photographic competition, for photos taken at WWT centres, entries due by 7 September 2009. More...
|Find your nearest Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust |
|Countryside Access |
Lots of ideas of things you can do on foot, bike, horse, canoe, hang-glider plus excellent advice on keeping safe in the countryside. If you have a disability, you may find the Countryside Access site helpful
|Countryside activities |
|Go for a walk with a llama |
It's a great way to spend some time, and the opportunity to walk with a llama is all over the UK. Walk with a llama - and feel calmer!!
|Find a your nearest walk with a llama |
|Trees matter |
The Tree Council organises events to encourage people to get out there and get walking, and enjoy the trees and woods in spring. There'll be wildlife lurking in every undergrowth and in each tree - you just may not see them!
| Get ready for Seed Gathering Season in late September/early October |
|Wildlife Trusts |
It's amazing how much is happening at the 47 or so wildlife trusts around the UK - events, courses, days out, fun to have, animals to see, a world to discover.
|Find your local Wildlife Trust |
|Ancient Tree Hunt |
Join the Ancient Tree Hunt (you can do this any time) with the Woodland Trust. There's lots of info on their site about why ancient trees matter & how you recognise them.
|Set out this weekend to find an ancient tree. |
|Help with a survey & Sightings |
with groups such as the Amphibian & Reptile Group.
|Get out there and connect with the real world this weekend |