Fun & Learning
We have loads of great ideas and resources to help kids and families connect with nature, from simple activities they can do at home or at school, to wild clubs, fun articles and family-friendly reserves and events.
Ways to get wild in August
Pitch-up and get a taste for the night life! What could be more exciting than a night under the stars?
If you thought all moths were brown and only concerned with headbutting your lightbulb, think again!
Tracks and signs
Wildlife can be very mysterious! It'll take a top nature detective to get to the bottom of it.
Help wildlife, connect to nature and win awards with a wealth of fun activities! What will your Wild Challenge be?
RSPB reserves are really are great places to get away from it all, get closer to nature, and enjoy spending time together as a family.
The RSPB in partnership with Aldi have launched Wild Parks, aimed at getting people to uncover the wild side of their city.
Birdfair 2019 - Be inspired
Join us for a three-day celebration of birds and wildlife 16, 17 and 18 August.
Whether you’re a keen birder, enthusiastic amateur, looking to get into conservation or coming along with your family, Birdfair is fantastic mix of over 180 talks, events and workshops with something for everyone.
Facts about nature
What do birds eat in the wild? What different habitats have we got in the UK? Find out the answers and much more here!
Games and activities
There are loads of ways you can enjoy nature! Use these pages to find fun activities, games to play and stuff to make.
Enjoy a wildlife inspired story time and learn about the amazing world of wildlife together.
Schools Wild Challenge
Help wildlife, explore nature, and work towards awards by making your way through a heap of wild schools activities. What will your wild challenge be? Register for free now.
Free school outreach visits
We're working in partnership with Aldi to connect young people and the natural world.
Curriculum-linked lesson plans and supporting materials to help support your teaching and inspire children to explore nature at school.
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We've been making changes and we'd love to know what you think.