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Four sustainable gift ideas for nature and science lovers

| Sally Smurthwaite
It’s that time of year again, when we all start racking our brains to think of unique gift ideas for our friends and family. Well, if you have any scientists, nature lovers or eco warriors in your life, look no further! Here’s our selection of n...

Go wild and get creative with nurturing nature and giving back to wildlife this autumn!

| Sally Smurthwaite
Written by Amber Jepson, university student and Naturehood volunteer blogger With the arrival of November, darker nights and colder weather are here! Autumn can be a tough time for wildlife, due to the stressors associated with gathering and fo...

The Naturehood 2022 Photography Competition winners

| Sally Smurthwaite
Our 12 winners of the Naturehood wildlife photography competition have been chosen by our judges. With over 150 entries at an amazingly high standard, it was a difficult decision for our celebrity judge panel, David Lindo, Megan McCubbin and Dan O...

Of beans and badgers – celebrating wildlife as part of National Allotments Week

| Sally Smurthwaite
Organised by The National Allotment Society, this year’s National Allotments Week is all about bugs, bees and broccoli and “acknowledges the importance of gardening with nature in mind.” Our Communications Coordinator, Sophia, shares some impressi...

Have a Pollinator Picnic and fundraise for Naturehood

| Sally Smurthwaite
By having a Pollinator Picnic and fundraising with friends, family, at your school or within your wider community this summer, you can help us reach and inspire more people to make a positive difference for wildlife! Across the UK, our wildlife...

Introducing our new Naturehood Photographers in Residence for 2022-23

| Sally Smurthwaite
We are proud that we are able to provide amateur wildlife photographers the opportunity to work with us, helping them gain experience whilst following their passion. In turn, they provide us with stunning wildlife photography that supports us with...

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