Signs of the seasons

Nature is full of clues to the changing seasons and we need your help to track them.

Credit: Alex Fieldhouse / Alamy Stock Photo
Credit: Alex Fieldhouse / Alamy Stock Photo

It's the longest written biological record of its kind with almost 3 million records spanning 300 years.

Let us know what's happening near you, from emerging butterflies and baby birds to ripe berries. Your records will help scientists monitor the effects of weather and climate change on wildlife.

Take part in Nature's Calendar and you can tell us what you've spotted in three easy steps.

  1. Choose a species and behaviour you'd like to look out for.
  2. Locate a spot where you'd like to record eg. your garden.
  3. Keep your eyes peeled and let us know any key dates. You can view your record instantly on the live maps.

Start recording with Nature's Calendar

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