Get outside and experience the outdoor world!
Not only are kids naturally curious about the world around them but getting involved in outdoor activities and being surrounded by nature has huge benefits for their physical and mental health. Kids today spend more time being inactive than any other generation before so it’s important to get them outside and into the natural world. And we’ve got lots of ways you can do just that…
Build a Bug Hotel
Everyone needs somewhere to call home! Follow our guide to building your own bug hotel.
Find out which creatures live in ponds. Follow our guide to safe pond dipping.
Mini Beast Guide
Find out all about mini beasts and then go see how many you can find in your garden!
Hedgehog numbers are in decline. Find out all about them and how you can help your local hedgehogs.
Help the Bees
Bees are under threat. Find out why they’re so important, what they do and how you can help them.
Our printable ‘scavenger hunt’ – see how many plants and animals you can spot in your local park, woods or garden.
Why do leaves change colour in autumn? Find out the answer along with some fun activity ideas!
Get spotting! Find out all about the birds in your garden with our bird guide.
More on the way!
We’re working hard on lots of new ideas… come back soon to check them out!
More Activity Ideas
We’ve got lots of free craft activities for kids to help them learn all about wildlife and conservation – and to have lots of fun too!
We have activities to engage their imagination, fun and practical makes to help wildlife and quieter crafts to keep the kids busy on a rainy afternoon.
Read a book
There are four books in the Five Flamingo book series, The Mud Monster, The Carnivorous Crocodile, The Yum Yum tree and The Fussy Flamingo.
All author royalties from the sale of the Five Flamingo books go towards supporting wildlife habitat conservation projects in Africa.
Supporting Wildlife Conservation
All the author royalties from the sale of the books go towards supporting wildlife habitat conservation projects.
We’ve been busy! Our latest conservation project is fabulous! We’ve help to fund 13,000 tree seedlings which have been planted out in Tanzania…