Simon, John and Margaret’s theme for today is “Resources and help for Armchair Naturalists” and they take a look at the useful equipment for natural history, but not before discussing the exciting comings and goings of wildlife during the international lockdowns.
Please visit http://www.ffon.co.uk to find out more about our ‘Armchair Naturalists’ project or email email@example.com with any questions. Thanks for listening and make time and space for nature.
Show notes and links:
For all your garden bird feeding needs visit www.haiths.com and useful garden bird ID page at https://www.haiths.com/shop-by-bird/
Many natural history and biological organisations are providing information, species identification and activities for the unprecedented circumstances of the Coronavirus Lockdown 2020.
While these are often devised to entertain and educate families, they can be fun and informative regardless of age, ability and location. Participation in citizen science projects is also rewarding.
Information, identification and activities are available on the following websites and many others.
Linnean Society of London
Indoor and outdoor activities during the coronavirus lockdown
Special species competition – invent your own new species and name it!
Recording wild flower
Identification sheets to download
Various participatory surveys and recording
Identify a butterfly
Identification chart to download
British Trust for Ornithology
Bird identification videos
bumblebee Conservation Trust
Margaret E Cooper
24 April 2020
We enjoyed listening to the discussion. Brought back a few memories from nature studies years ago, thank you all.
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Thanks! Glad it had you skipping back through your nature studies.