Gallery


Ivy Flower →

— Tamsin

Wild spotting →
“Found this groovy fungaloid on the way home”

— Robin

Birch Tree →

— Tamsin

Wild spotting →
“A beautiful fly”

— Tamsin

Red Valerian →
“I spotted this up on Rodborough Hill”

— Ilse

Red Admiral →
“Red Admirals look more orange than red...”

— Daisy

Cricket →
“Camouflaged Cricket!”

— Daisy

Red Admiral →
“Red Admiral butterfly”

— Gav

Moth →
“Brown Silver-line moth hiding in the undergrowth!”

— Daisy

Beetle →
“Shiny beetle!”

— Daisy

Dragonfly →
“Broad bodied Chaser!”

— Daisy

Small Copper Butterfly →
“Pretty Small Copper butterfly!”

— Daisy

Marbled White Butterfly →
“Marbled White!”

— Daisy

Wild spotting →
“I love the wings of this Green Lacewing!”

— Daisy

Wild spotting →
“Tiny, tiny frog!”

— Daisy

Wild spotting →
“Small Tortoiseshell butterfly in my garden.”

— Gav

Wild spotting →
“One of my favourites! The Marbled White butterfly”

— Gav

Green Veined White Butterfly →
“I saw this in my Grannie's garden.”

— Ilse

Swallow →
“I saw a swallow swooping”

— Ilse

Swallow →
“We saw loads of these shopping in and out of old pill boxes in the beach”

— Edie

Ox Eye Daisy →
“Saw these on holiday in Suffolk”

— Robin

Wild spotting →
“Putting up a Swift nesting box at Rodborough Tabernacle”

— Henry

Cricket →
“I think this is a cricket”

— Robin

Starling →
“Nesting in roof”

— Phil

House Sparrow →
“so many living the houses opposite. Babies coming to the bird table. Noisy”

Self-heal →

— Tamsin

Red Admiral →

— Tamsin

Collared Dove →

— Tamsin

Wild spotting →
“A big mushroom we found growing out of a tree in the Old Orchard”

— Ilse

Wild spotting →
“Baby Bird”

— Finley

Wild spotting →
“Fungi”

— Darcie

Wild spotting →
“Alpaca spotted by Darcie”

— Darcie

Starling →
“Nesting in roof of house”

— Ella

Wood Pigeon →

— Tamsin

Beetle →
“Lesser stag beetle in my garden”

— Tamsin

Collared Dove →

— Tamsin

Wild spotting →
“A Meadow Brown butterfly in my garden.”

— Gav

Wild spotting →
“A Dingy Skipper in Gloucestershire.”

— Gav

Dragonfly →
“A yellow Broad-bodied Chaser hovering over a pond.”

— Gav

Small Copper Butterfly →
“This Small Copper butterfly took a rest on my finger!”

— Gav

Dragonfly →
“I looove damsleflies!”

— Gav

Caterpillar →
“Caterpillar!”

— Gav

Brimstone Butterfly →
“A glowing Brimstone butterfly on Brenney Common, Cornwall.”

— Gav

Moth →
“A lovely and bright Cinnabar moth.”

— Gav

Wild spotting →
“Marsh Fritillary on Brenney Common. Beautiful markings!”

— Gav

Wild spotting →
“Small Pearl Bordered Fritillary on Brenney Common, Cornwall.”

— Gav

Cricket →
“Tiny grasshopper/cricket in my garden.”

— Gav

Hawthorn →
“Pretty hawthorn on Goss Moor, Cornwall.”

— Gav

Wild spotting →
“Cygnets spotted by Bethan”

— Bethan

Wild spotting →
“Squirrel”

— Darcie

Wild spotting →
“Sheep, south cerney”

— Darcie

Wild spotting →
“Poppies”

— Darcie

Wild spotting →
“Rabbit, south cerney lakes”

— Darcie

Beetle →
“Ladybird”

— Tamsin

Cricket →
“This is a common field grasshopper not a cricket, but close...!”

— Tamsin

Moth →
“Pretty”

— Finley

Caterpillar →
“We saw these up by the Community Hall”

— Edie

Foxglove →
“Beautiful Foxgloves spotted by Alfie!”

— Alfie

Robin →
“We have 2 that visit our garden almost every day”

— Oakley

Dragonfly →
“On a walk by the lakes”

— Oakley

Painted Lady Butterfly →
“We saw this in our back garden”

— Robin

Caterpillar →

— Darcie

Wild spotting →
“Scarey Tree”

Wild spotting →
“Helicopters”

— Finley

Wild spotting →
“Bumble bee”

— Finley

Wild spotting →
“Bumble Bee”

— Alfie B

Wild spotting →
“Spotted on walk around the lakes”

— Finley

Wild spotting →
“Playing in our paddling pool”

— Finley

Moth →
“Scarlet tiger moth”

— Tamsin

Bee →
“Red Bottomed Bumble Bee”

— TR

Moth →
“white and grey about 0.5cm”

— ET

Wild spotting →
“Marsh fritillary at Strawberry Banks”

— Tamsin

Moth →
“Think this is a small argent and sable moth...!”

— Tamsin

Elder →
“Spotted by Bethan”

— Bethan

Wild spotting →
“Ladybird larvae spotted by Bethan”

— Bethan

Wild spotting →
“Spotted on our walk through ragged hedge woods”

— Finley

Cow Parsley →
“Cow parsley by the stream behind my garden”

— Mrs Dalgleish-Smith

Wild spotting →
“Male and female damsel fly in the stream behind my garden. Can you spot them on the leaves?”

— Mrs Dalgleish-Smith

Wild spotting →
“Cygnets down at the Duck Pond”

— Edie

Wild spotting →
“Red kite. But this one had lost most of its tail feather on the right V. Above the meadow at Hawkwood college.”

Cow Parsley →
“my garden.”

Hawthorn →
“In my hedge i planted with other natural species”

Wild spotting →
“Beautiful horses in the field behind the Black Horse Inn in Amberley”

— Alison

Cow Parsley →
“Cow parsley looks so pretty in the snickets around the village.”

— Alison

Hawthorn →
“On Minchinhampton Common, the hawthorn blossomed really early this year due to the warm weather, so I was lucky to catch this.”

— Alison

Bluebell →
“Found on our walk”

— Finley

Peacock Butterfly →
“Found in our garden”

— Finley

Foxglove →
“I saw this on a walk on Goss Moore. 🌱”

Foxglove →
“I saw this on a walk on Goss Moore. 🌱”

Foxglove →
“I saw this on a walk on Goss Moore. 🌱”

Wild spotting →
“I saw this spider on a pole!”

— Daisy

Caterpillar →
“I saw these Lackey Moths while out for a walk at St Enodoc Golf Course. There were about 40 of them!! ⛳”

— Daisy

Wild spotting →
“Brown Argus butterfly in Polzeath! 🦋”

— Gavin

Red Valerian →

— Gavin

Moth →
“A beautiful Speckled Yellow moth in St Breward, North Cornwall!”

— Gavin

Caterpillar →
“Lackey moth caterpillars in North Cornwall.”

— Gavin

Brimstone Butterfly →
“Female brimstone 😊”

— Tamsin

Snowdrops →

— Mrs A

Wild spotting →
“Slow worm”

— Mrs A

Bee →

— Mrs A

Bluebell →

— Mrs A

Great Tit →
“On a dog walk”

— Mr Lee

Caterpillar →
“Atleast 30+ in this amazing silk nest! **updated** Now identified as small Eggar Moths, Nationally Scarce.”

— Alfie

Wild spotting →
“Peregrine Falcon. According to Cirencester's wildlife group, a drone was flown over yesterday and a nest with two chicks has also been spotted!”

— Alfie

Wild spotting →
“Hedgehog on camera trap”

— Ella and Jo

Foxglove →

— Tamsin

Wild spotting →
“A real Cirencester Hare!”

— Alfie's Mum

Wild spotting →
“Mr Centipede”

— Alfie

Orange Tip Butterfly →
“Drawn by Alfie Black Age 6 "His favourite Butterfly"”

— Alfie

Wild spotting →
“Ground beetle seen in the garden by Eamon.”

— Eamon

Wild spotting →
“Daisies - Seen in the garden”

— Eamon

Wild spotting →
“Spotted two Herons on the Kennet and Avon Canal in Devizes. This is the second one on the opposite bank and difficult to zoom in on, who had a sizeable roach in itsbeak and was trying to work out how to eat it. Shame we couldn't get a closer picture. The other heron was socially distancing so is on another picture.”

— Nanny and Pops

Robin →

— Tamsin

Cow Parsley →
“mia gordon came across this on her nature walk”

— mia gordon

Wild spotting →
“Woodlouse found by Bethan”

— Bethan

Wild spotting →
“Coal Tits feeding on nuts in our courtyard. As close as it was possible to get.”

— Nanny

Wild spotting →
“Herb Robert, found by Bethan.”

— Bethan

Hawthorn →
“Found in the garden”

Blue Tit →
“Mrs Dalgleish-Smith spotted a blue tit as it landed on her office window”

— Mrs Dalgleish-Smith

Foxglove →
“We found this in our garden”

— Ilsr

Hawthorn →
“Found by Bethan”

Lesser Celandine →
“All across the ground like a carpet”

— stacey

Bluebell →
“Blue Bluebells when I walk through the woods”

— stacey

Elder →

— Tamsin

Wild spotting →
“Dragonfly”

— Amélie

Red Valerian →

— Tamsin

Wild spotting →
“Our regular pair of Buzzards enjoying the sunshine while we were sitting on our balcony”

— Pops

Wild spotting →
“White Butterfly”

— Amélie

Bee →
“My garden”

— Mrs Dalgleish-Smith

Cow Parsley →
“On a walk near where I live”

— Mrs Dalgleish-Smith

Great Tit →
“In my garden”

— Mrs Dalgleish-Smith

Hawthorn →
“Lots of hawthorn in our hedge but this is the first blossom.”

— Mrs Shakeshaft and Daniel

House Sparrow →
“Multiple sparrows in canal side hedgerow”

— Amélie

Wild spotting →
“Buttercups”

— Amélie

Wild spotting →
“Swan”

— Amélie

Wild spotting →
“Blue Tit eating fat ball at my aunty's garden”

— chloe

Wild spotting →
“One swan waiting for 'The Hourglass' on the Kennet and Avon Canal at Devizes to come out of lockdown. 5/05/2020”

— Pops

Wild spotting →
“2 x Pike”

— Amélie

Wild spotting →
“Iris”

— Amélie

Wild spotting →
“Mum with 4 ducklings”

— Amélie

Blackbird →
“Blackbird on the way up butterrow”

— Edie

Hawthorn →

— Barbie

Orange Tip Butterfly →
“5 Orange Wing Butterflies seen amongst canalside vegetation at home.”

— Pops

Great Tit →
“Great Tit pair seen in front of our house stealing wadding from the flower baskets for nesting.”

— Pops

Wild spotting →
“Shield bug in my office!”

— Robin

Centipede →
“Emptying out the soil of my plant pot in my garden”

Bluebell →
“beautiful blue bells as I walked through the woods”

— chloe

Bee →
“Bumbling bumble bee”

— stacey

Wild spotting →
“Tadpoles in the stream!”

— Daisy

Wild spotting →
“Stitchwort is my favourite hedgerow plant!”

— Gav

Wild spotting →
“Silver ground carpet moth!”

— Gav

Wild spotting →
“Thrift on the cliff.”

— Gav

Green Veined White Butterfly →
“Slightly blurry green veined white butterfly.”

— Gav

Green Veined White Butterfly →
“Green veined white butterfly in the woods.”

— Daisy

Cow Parsley →
“Pretty cow parsley!”

— Daisy

Orange Tip Butterfly →
“Orange tip! Hard to photograph because it wouldn't stay still!”

— Daisy

Cow Parsley →
“Cow parsley in a Cornish hedgerow.”

— Gav

Wild spotting →
“Morning Campion, canalside ,Kennet &Avon”

— Nanny

Wild spotting →
“Tadpole cluster in the Kennet and Avon Canal”

— Nanny and Pops

Wild spotting →
“Wild Garlic”

— Nanny and Pops

Wild spotting →
“Ducks on the canal”

— Pops

Wild spotting →
“Grey Heron”

— Pops

Cow Parsley →
“Cow Parsley alongside the Kennet and Avon Canal, Devizes”

— Pops

Hawthorn →
“Hawthorn in bloom”

— Devizes

Wild spotting →
“The bottom of my garden a slow worm”

— Stacey

Foxglove →
“In a garden by me”

— Chloe

Moth →
“By my big house”

— Chloe

Collared Dove →
“On our telegraph pole in garden”

— Chloe

Wild spotting →
“Pair of buzzards circling over the canal.”

— Pops

Hawthorn →
“Along the banks of the K&A Canal 01/05/2020”

— Nanny and Pops

Wild spotting →
“Spotted on our balcony this morning 30/04/2020. We heard an owl in the night, With talons sharp and eyes so bright, In the day he wasn't there. He's sleeping out in Nanny's chair.”

— Pops

Wild spotting →
“Grey Squirrel running along the fence outside our window at breakfast time”

— Nanny

Bluebell →
“Native bluebells in Cranwoods, Workmans woods, Penn woods. Spanish bluebells in garden”

Hawthorn →
“In garden and out and about on the commons - lots of different sorts”

Holly Blue Butterfly →
“In our garden in the centre of Stroud”

Dunnock →
“Nesting in our garden in the centre of Stroud”

— Chloe

Bee →
“There was a whit-tailed bumble bee in my garden.”

— Ava

Bluebell →
“I found bluebells in my forest they are everywhere and really cool.”

— Hadley

Bluebell →
“There are bluebells EVERYWHERE in the woods.”

— Katie

Blackthorn →
“We saw blackthorn at the Devil's Pulpit.”

— Katie

Bluebell →
“I found bluebells in the forest whilst out for my walk.”

— Miliana

Blackthorn →
“I found blackthorn in the hedge behind our shed.”

— Miliana

Bluebell →
“Bluebells spotted under the trees.”

— Alex

Bluebell →
“I saw bluebells under the trees in the wood.”

— Maisie-Jane

Blackthorn →
“I saw blackthorn in the hedges on our walk.”

— Maisie-Jane

Bluebell →
“There are bluebells along the Offa's Dyke path.”

— Lexi

Blackthorn →
“I found blackthorn along the lane where I live.”

— Lexi

Bluebell →
“We found bluebells in Lydney.”

— Ava

Blackthorn →
“I spotted it in Tutshill.”

— Ava

Holly Blue Butterfly →
“We have seen several holly blue butterflies a round the cow parsley in the field .”

— Izzy

Bluebell →
“We spotted bluebells and there are deer in the distance.”

— Isabelle.

Bee →
“A bee in our conservatory.”

— Isabelle

Blackthorn →
“Blackthorn on a grey day.”

— Isabelle

Wild spotting →
“7/8 Roach feeding in the K&A Canal Common Carp”

— Pops

Bee →
“In our courtyard bird box!”

— Pops

Bluebell →
“Lay Wood , Bishop's Cannings”

— Pops

Blackthorn →
“White snow flurry of blossombeginning to fall after the rain.”

— Pops

Bee →
“I found a white-tailed bumble bee in a field.”

— Carmen

Dunnock →
“I spotted a dunnock in a big oak tree.”

— Carrie

Bee →
“I found a white-tailed bumble bee was in a flower bed.”

— Carrie

Bee →
“A white-tailed bumble bee was in my kitchen.”

— Freddie

Bee →
“A white-tailed bumble bee.”

Bee →
“I think it was a buff-tailed bumble bee in my garden.”

Wild spotting →
“I think it was a white-tailed bumble bee, because it was fat and fluffy. It was buzzing around a dandelion that was growing in the cracks in the patio. I also spotted a red mason bee.”

— Fearne

Bee →
“A white-tailed bumble bee in the field next to my house.”

— Nico

Bee →
“I spotted a buff-tailed bumblebee in a hydrangea.”

— Katie

Bee →
“We found a bee flying around a daisy but couldn't get close enough to see what kind it was.”

— Cai

Bee →
“We spotted tawny mining bees and a what we think is a white-tailed bumble bee. We have two hives in the roof of our house.”

— Thomas

Dunnock →
“We spotted a dunnock high up in a tree on the far side of the river. When we moved closer one of the dogs startled it so we couldn't get a photo!”

— Harry

Bee →
“A white tailed bumble bee.”

— Harry

Bee →
“Spotted a bee in the garden.”

— Jack

Dunnock →
“Dunnocks nesting in the roof!”

— Dexter

Bee →
“Lots of bees spotted in the garden including buff-tailed bumble bee, white-tailed bumble bee, red-tailed bumble bee and hairy footed flower bee.”

— Dexter

Bee →
“White-tailed bumble bee found in the field.”

— Jaime

Blackthorn →
“In our hedge. It's not yet in flower but has huge spikes.”

— Ewan

Bluebell →
“Found on a wet walk. Drifts of the are starting to appear in the Forest of Dean.”

— Daniel and Mrs S

Bee →
“A white-tailed bumble bee was on a bluebell in our garden.”

— Daniel and Mrs S

Dunnock →
“We heard lots of dunnocks and saw one on our bird feeder.”

— Daniel and Mrs S

Caterpillar →
“Saw this beautiful Garden Tiger moth caterpillar at our allotment. I can see why its common name is woolly bear!”

— Tamsin

Orange Tip Butterfly →
“Two together”

— Amélie

Cow Parsley →

— Tamsin

Ox Eye Daisy →

— Tamsin

Wild spotting →
“Lungwort”

— Barbie

Wild spotting →
“Spotted this spotty anemone during my beach walk.”

— Gav

Wild spotting →
“Red-tailed bumblebee feeding.”

— Gav

Bluebell →

— Carol

Wild spotting →

— Carol

Bluebell →
“Just appeared in my garden”

— Barbie

Wild spotting →
“Spotted next to a railway track near Ebley”

— Carol

Wild spotting →
“A lovely chestnut growing near the railway track”

— Carol

Bee →

— Carol

Bluebell →

— Carol

Dragonfly →
“I only have a tiny pond in my garden, but I still manage to attract damselflies”

— Tamsin

Bluebell →

— Tamsin

Beech Tree →

— Tamsin

Bee →
“A white tailed bumble bee in the garden.”

— Harry

Bee →
“A white tailed bumble bee found in the front garden.”

— Harry

Hawthorn →
“I saw the first hawthorn flowers today!”

— Tamsin

Hazel →
“We have two hazel trees.”

— All of us

Lesser Celandine →
“Near the end of our garden, beside the grassey path.”

— Sean

Wild spotting →
“Two peacock butterflies together”

— Carolyn

Holly Blue Butterfly →
“Holly blue We love you”

— All of us!

Wild spotting →
“Sea campion on the Cornish coast path near Pentire farm.”

— Gav

Wild spotting →
“This little Ashy mining bee was feeding on an Alexander growing in a roadside bank.”

— Gav

Orange Tip Butterfly →
“The female orange tip butterfly has one of my favourite underwing patterns. So vibrant! Spotted this one in a garden in Lower Amble, Cornwall.”

— Gav

Wild spotting →
“My beautiful Apple tree”

— Edie

Bee →
“Thirsty little bee stopped for a drink”

— Edie

Bee →
“Little bee needed a drink”

— Ilse

Bluebell →
“I saw some bluebells today”

— Edie

Wild spotting →
“Muntjac roe deer”

Wild spotting →
“When you look into a tulip you can see stars.”

— Jonathan

Wild spotting →
“Cherry blossom out at last.”

— Michelle

Wild spotting →
“Griffins above the window frame.”

— Thomas

Wild spotting →
“Large yellow daisies.”

— Justin

Great Tit →
“This Great Tit was so well hidden that I only found it by following its call!”

— tamsin

Millipede →

— Tamsin

Brimstone Butterfly →
“I couldn't catch a brimstone with my camera so this is a mosaic of one I made last year!”

— Tamsin

Wild spotting →
“Loads of this beautiful common spurge in the hedgerows here!”

— Gav

Wild spotting →
“Oxalis in the lawn.”

— Gav

Wild spotting →
“Thistle leaves are spiky!”

— Daisy

Wild spotting →
“Dandelion face!”

— Daisy

Wild spotting →
“Seven spotted ladybird”

— Gav

Wild spotting →
“Tiny little two spotted ladybird.”

— Gav

Holly Blue Butterfly →
“This Holly Blue landed right next to my foot!”

— Daisy

Wild spotting →
“Pretty Herb Robert nestled in the hedgerow.”

— Gav

Holly Blue Butterfly →
“Lovely Holly blue female.”

— Gav

Wild spotting →
“Beautiful comma butterfly in my garden. Saw 4 different species of butterfly today 😊!”

— Tamsin

Beetle →

— Tamsin

Centipede →

— Tamsin

Wild spotting →
“Slow worm”

— Emma

Spider →
“Today I saw this amazing crab spider in my garden eating an enormous fly!”

— Tamsin

Wild spotting →
“Pretty perriwinkle in the hedge near my house.”

— Daisy

Wild spotting →
“Found a tiny two spot ladybird!”

— Daisy

Wild spotting →
“A seven spot Ladybird!”

— Daisy

Wild spotting →
“Ants on an Alexander!”

— Daisy

Bee →
“Spotted this buzzy creature just down my road!”

— Daisy.M

Wild spotting →
“Brimstone Butterfly”

— Julie

Blackthorn →
“Capels Mill, by the Crossing. It was beautiful.”

— Julie

Robin →
“Robin landed on my fishing rod.”

— Darren

Bee →
“On next doors tree in back garden”

— Leah

Bee →
“Hovering around in the back garden”

— Darren

Wild spotting →
“This tortoiseshell butterfly was waiting outside my front door!”

— tamsin

Red Valerian →
“Very early Red Valerian!”

— Daisy

Bluebell →
“Spotted in Polzeath.”

— Gavin

Bluebell →
“Spotted this bluebell in the hedge near my house.”

— Daisy

Snowdrops →

— Rob

Wild spotting →
“A beautiful peacock butterfly, spotted in Stinchcombe, near my house!”

— Mrs Booth

Blue Tit →
“Spotted on my bird feeder.”

— Gavin

Dunnock →
“Spotted in my garden in New Polzeath, Cornwall.”

— Gavin

Lesser Celandine →
“A single lesser celandine hiding amongst the daffodils!”

— Jacob

Wild spotting →
“small daffodils and lavender”

— Justin

Wild spotting →
“A single daffodil”

— Justin

Wild spotting →
“Goldfinches are so pretty and they have a really distinctive song. Spotted it today from my kitchen and thought it would make a good wild spotting.”

— Tamsin

Snail →
“Spotted in Polzeath, Cornwall.”

— Gavin

Primrose →
“Spotted in Polzeath, Cornwall.”

— Gavin

Blackthorn →
“I found this while walking down to the beach. It is quite common in this area”

— Daisy

Centipede →
“Centipied”

— Emma

Snail →
“Garden Snail”

— Emma

Snail →
“Garden Snail”

— Emma

Lesser Celandine →
“Found a bank of celandines enjoying the sunshine”

— Carol

House Sparrow →
“The sparrows were chattering in my forsythia hedge. I think they may have been getting ready to nest as I found an old nest there last year”

— Tamsin

Blue Tit →

— Tamsin B

Chaffinch →
“Had to cheat and use a photo of a chaffinch I took last year, the chaffinches were too fast to catch this time!”

— Tamsin

Bee →
“Spotted in Polzeath, Cornwall.”

— Gavin

Blackthorn →
“Spotted in New Polzeath, Cornwall.”

— Gavin

Dogwood →
“Spotted in Treglines, Cornwall.”

— Gavin

Snowdrops →
“Spotted in Lower Amble, Cornwall.”

— Gavin

Blackbird →
“Spotted in New Polzeath, Cornwall.”

— Gavin

Centipede →
“Spotted in a garden in Rock, Cornwall.”

— Gavin

Brimstone Butterfly →
“Spotted in Lower Amble, Cornwall.”

— Gavin

Hazel →
“Spotted in Lower Amble, Cornwall.”

— Gavin

Bee →

— Tamsin

Blackbird →
“I finally manged to get a picture of a blackbird... only a couple of months late!”

— Tamsin

Woodlouse →
“Found this woodlouse when planting some seeds today”

— Tamsin

Peacock Butterfly →
“Spotted over twenty on Rosenannon Downs near St Breock, Cornwall.”

— Gavin

Lesser Celandine →
“This is one lonley plant in my garden”

— Daisy

Primrose →
“I found this just down my road!”

— Daisy

Chaffinch →
“Spotted a dozen or so in a garden in St Columb Major. I <3 this bird. :]”

— gav

Willow →
“Spotted on Goss Moor. :]”

— Gavin M.

Lesser Celandine →
“I found it in St Columb Major.”

— Gavin

Wild spotting →
“Saw some hedgehogs yawning in the back garden”

— Robin

Lesser Celandine →
“On our front drive”

— Robin

Bee →

— Robin

Primrose →
“On the path to school”

— Edie

Willow →

— Robin

Willow →

— Tamsin B

Willow →

— Tamsin B

Willow →
“We have a lovely willow in our back garden”

— Edie

Blue Tit →

— Ilse

Blackthorn →

— Tamsin B

Primrose →

— Tamsin B

Hazel →

— Tamsin B

Birch Tree →
“Saw these beauties by the Clothiers”

— Robin L

Snowdrops →
“These snowdrops are in our back garden”

— Edie L

Primrose →
“Saw these out the back”

— Robin Layfield

Hazel →
“Hazel in our garden”

— Robin L

Snowdrops →
“We found these at slimbridge”

— Tamsin B

Snail →
“Lovely snail in our garden”

— Sean N

Dogwood →

— Tamsin Bent

Snowdrops →
“We found these snowdrops in our back garden. They haven't flowered yet as it's not quite Spring.”

— Ilse L

Wild spotting →
“I found this leaf skeleton in our garden”

— Edie L

Dogwood →
“I saw some more dogwood today”

— Ilse L

Dogwood →
“I saw this on my way to school”

— Edie L

Snail →
“We found this by the pond”

— tamsin b

Wild spotting →
“I drew this fox”

— Ilse L

Snail →
“Lovely snail picture by Karoline Rerrie.”

— Ilse L

Wild spotting →
“This is a fox I drew.”

— Ilse L


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