Spring Wildlife

One of the most beautiful and lively times of year is just around the corner. Longer evenings and warmer days mean spring is well on its way. Spring is one of the best times of year for any wildlife lover; flowers, insects, mammals, birds, and much more are starting to make their first appearances. Whether in your garden or out and about there is so much you can now look out for in the coming months.  

Spring into Spring wildlife activities

Get a spring in your step by trying out a new wildlife activity as the weather start to change. Taking time outside can help with our wellbeing and all these activities can be done with little to no equipment, keeping the price down for any new wildlife watchers. 

Snowdrops this Spring

Walk around the grasslands, woodlands, parks or gardens in early spring and you are very likely to come across large sprays of delicate white flowers, commonly known as snowdrops. They may be small but they come with a mysterious, complex history and have been used for centuries as a symbol of rebirth and renewal. 

Spring Species

Spring is the perfect time to start your wildlife recording journey. Whether you are watching wildlife from your window or out for a walk there is always plenty to see if we slow down. 

Wildflowers are showing up all along the lanes in Jersey. Whilst social distancing doesn't mean you can't get outside to enjoy the fresh air. There are plenty of walks to enjoy out in the countryside. 

Simply Spring 2017

Join us for this years Simply Spring event where we will be hosting a wildlife themed craft workshop. 

10:30-11:30 Caterpillar bookmarks and leaf art

11:30-12:30 Make an insect hotel

13:30 -14:30 Origami agile frogs

14:30-15:30 Bird nest creation