Protect our vital woods and make a home for wildlife
It’s so important that we protect our woodlands. Our birds need a place to roost and a plentiful supply of materials to build their nests. This is especially true of our native tree species which many of our birds thrive upon.
Tell us what birds you see roosting
We would love to hear if you’ve seen any of these birds while you’ve been out and about on your winter walks. An easy way to do this is through Nature’s Calendar, a project that tracks the effects of weather and climate change on wildlife across the UK, including 20 different bird species. Its records span all the way back to 1736!
Take part in Nature's Calendar and help scientists monitor the effects of climate change on wildlife. By taking just a few minutes to share what you see, you'll be adding to hundreds of years' worth of important data. If there's a place you visit regularly - be that your local park, your favourite dog walk or even your own garden, we'd love you to get involved. There's no time commitment - you just need to note the date of seasonal changes for certain species and add them to the website. We couldn't do this work without you!