Look for the old ways

It can be a lot of fun looking at old maps of where you live, or your favourite wild spaces. If you live in a built-up area, it can be fascinating to imagine how the land would have looked a hundred years ago, and old maps are a great place to start. The National Library…

Tweet for the wild!

Twitter is a fantastic place to connect with other people who share your passion for wildlife, nature and the outdoors. It’s perfect for sharing pictures of your finds and gettign help with identifying plants and animals, or using your skills to help others. If you are new to Twitter, a good place to start (once…

Wild sounds for sleep

Have you ever fallen asleep to the sounds of nature? Some people find natural sounds almost hypnotic, and find that sounds such as wind, rain or running water can help them to relax and drift off to dreamland. Listening to natural sounds can also help you to relax if you are feeling anxious  – before…