Let Nature Sing
Thank you for bringing bird song to train stations, workplaces, living rooms and even a castle on the 17 October 2019! Together we sent a strong message to the people in power - nature is in crisis and they must act now. Keep listening, find out who took part and see how you can keep helping.
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Thank you for taking over

Thank you for hosting your own bird song takeover, involving a local business or simply tuning in to bird song on 17 October. You helped bring bird song to the UK via work places, public spaces and by simply taking time out to listen. Over 5,000 fantastic locations took part and we even played bird song on Westminster Tube!

Make a change for nature

Now you’ve taken part in the takeover, there are still lots of ways you can make a change. From going green at home to campaigning with us, you can help make a positive contribution to the environment. Don’t forget, you can still listen to bird song via our Birdsong Radio app, and get your friends involved! Let us know how you get on using #LetNatureSing

Vote with nature in mind

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The General Election is the perfect time to demand that nature is on the political agenda. Let's unite and send a message that can't be ignored: politicians must commit to defending our shared home. #LetNatureSing

Host your own bird song takeover

Even though we took over the UK on 17 October, you can still host your own takeover and share your love of bird song! You can organise afternoon tea with a bird song soundtrack, run a bird song listening party, or encourage work mates to take a bird song break!

What's it all about?

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Nature is in crisis, and the signs are everywhere. But there is time to change things. A movement is building and through Let Nature Sing and the upcoming State of Nature report, we’re playing our part. Come and join us.