The Woodland Trust believes that climate change is the biggest threat to the natural world and will have huge implications for the way we live our lives.
Phenology, the science of recording natural regularly occurring events, already provides some of the longest written biological records in Britain.
If we continue to collect this valuable information on seasonal occurrences we will be able to demonstrate how climate change is affecting our wildlife habitats.
Recording means keeping your eyes open for seasonal events and noting the dates as you observe them. Enter these dates instantly onto your online recording form so that the live results maps, and our data, are as up to the minute as possible.
Anyone can take part and help record the changing seasons:
It's free, it's on your doorstep and it can be all year round...
One year. Two seasons.
- Spring - January to June
- Autumn - July to December
There's lots to look out for:
You can record one event, or many.
Get involved at naturescalendar.org.uk