You are now able to book for events using Eventbrite if you follow the links. The outdoor walks have small numbers so it may be good to book early, but let us know if you are not able to come so your place could be made available to someone else.
Gardening for wildlife talk
To kick off the season we will hold a talk by Ann Stuart (one of the Founders of Wild about Bath) about what has been discovered by visiting local gardens and gardeners and giving some tips about areas to focus on. There will be a panel of experts able to give answers to your gardening for wildlife questions. With refreshments, of course! 7.30pm, Tuesday 29th March at St Andrew’s Community Church, Hawthorn Grove, Foxhill, BA2 5QA. Please register to attend via Eventbrite HERE
We so enjoyed your nature photographs in our first Wild about Bath photography competition last autumn. We’ll have a similar event this year with the display in October. There are sections for young people and teenagers as well as adults, so take your camera with you and your family as you get out and about.
- We’ll visit some fields with cowslips in, look for newts and see what moths are out and about in mid April (details to be confirmed).
- Early purple orchids should be out along with bluebells and other woodland flowers in Conkwell Woods on 30th April. James Bradby will be our guide. Register to attend HERE
- Morning bird song walk. Breeding birds will be singing their hearts out by 1st May and the Millennium viewpoint in Southstoke is a great place to see and hear them. You can register to attend HERE
More events will be posted on the website as the dates are finalised.