Citizen Science Officer
I look after the Nature’s Calendar citizen science project, which is a great opportunity for anyone to get involved with recording nature.
Charlotte Armitage has 5 items in their collection
Chiffchaff or willow warbler
Blog post By Charlotte Armitage, 19 March 2018, Things to see and do, Wildlife & nature
Chiffchaffs and willow warblers will start to arrive on our shores soon. Do you know how to tell the difference?
Snow affect on wildlife
Blog post By Charlotte Armitage, 18 March 2018, Wildlife & nature, Things to see and do, Volunteering
The recent cold snap has had a noticeable effect on our Nature’s Calendar records. Learn what your data is telling us about UK species.
When does spring start?
Blog post By Charlotte Armitage, 16 January 2018, Wildlife & nature
Spring is a wonderful time of year when flowers start to appear and all kinds of wildlife emerge from hibernation. But when does it officially start?
When to cut grass after winter
Blog post By Charlotte Armitage, 14 December 2017, Wildlife & nature, Things to see and do
Are you unsure when to start cutting your lawn again after winter? Learn which factors affect your lawn, when to cut it and how this varies across the UK.
Autumn is back
Blog post By Charlotte Armitage, 31 October 2017, Wildlife & nature
The last reported mast year in the UK was in 2013. Find out what a mast year is and what this means for woodland trees and wildlife. (Photo: WTML/ Ben Lee)
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