Useful links to help you get involved!
Apps you can use whilst out and about
- Take the Great British Bee Count app with you and spot some bees
- Download the National Trust’s 50 things to do before you’re 11 and 3/4 app
- Here are another six nature apps you really need, as reviewed on our blog.
- Download the free Mammal Mapper app and help to track our declining British mammals.
- Want to get involved in bat monitoring? Start here, it's easy!
- Join in with the #WildFlowerHunt with Plant Life
Do your bit at home
Our Wildlife SOS (Save Our Species) videos are simple guides on how to help wildlife in your garden. Creating a compost heap, building a tiny pond or leaving a log pile will help entice birds, plants and wildlife into your backyards.
On the coast
- Don’t forget to do a #2minutebeachclean…
- Do your bit and help to reduce plastic pollution in our oceans - Take part in the Great Nurdle Hunt.
- Report any marine strandings you come across at the beach
- Lucky enough to be near a puffin colony? RSPB really want photos of Puffins with beaks full of fish for their Pufferazzi campaign
- Seen a jellyfish on our shores? Let the Marine Conservation Society UK know
- Whale Track, help to monitor cetaceans
- Crab Watch, another great free app to gather data on crab populations on our coasts
- Plastic in seabird nests is a huge problem. The environmental Research Institute want to hear from you.
- Finally, if you're lucky enough to see seals this year, take a photograph but remember to keep your distance and watch wildlife responsibly. These tips from the Cornish Wildlife Trust are here to help!
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