We have loads of great wildlife events for adults, kids and families in Somerset. Hopefully the list below will give you lots of ideas for things to do, and give you more information about the interesting and fun activities you can take part in. Take a look at what's on below.
Trouble finding your way?
Because some of our events and things to do are held in the wilds of Somerset they include a grid reference as a meeting point - post codes are too imprecise. To see the location for the activity on a map go to Street Map and type in the grid reference (e.g. ST456437 no spaces.) If you zoom out you will first see the OS Explorer and Landranger maps which have more detail and then larger scale maps. Go to Street Map now.
Come along to this special fundraiser hosted by the Wells and Mendip Musuem. Enjoy a huge array of beautiful paintings and etchings ofsomerset landscapes by a local artist that are available to be purchased. All proceeds from the Sale will go to the Somerset Wildlife Trust and to the Museum.
A lively and entertaining fundraising evening that will literally open your ears to the fascinating world of birdsong, brought to you by well-known Tweet of the Day authors Brett Westwood and Stephen Moss.
For more information about the event, please click here.
Hillcrest has stunning gardens and a beautiful meadow created and looked after by passionate wildlife gardeners. It is an essential wildlife haven that attracts and protects the local species that in turn gives so much joy to everyone that visits!
This Naturally Healthy Month, unwind and enjoy being present in the moment by learning the art of mindfullness. Come and enjoy a mindfulness session in Longrun Meadow. Take part in gentle mindful movements and spend time being mindful of the nature around you.
Hillcrest is a beautiful garden created by it’s passionate wildlife gardeners. It is an essential haven that attracts and protects the local wildlife that in turn gives so much joy to everyone that visits!
This Naturally Healthy Month join us at the coast to meet colourful crabs, amazing anemones and other critters living in Helwell Bay’s rockpools. All equipment will be provided and experts will be on hand to help you identify what you find.
Join us for some practical conservation work and outdoor fun this Natrally Healthy Month. Come along and do infrastructure repair and maintenance around the farm well as dry stone walling repair along the boundary of the hay meadows.
Set on a working farm, the meadows are an unusual mixture of lime-rich, neutral and acidic areas which support a wide range of species including many less common plants such as Fragrant Orchid and Meadow Saﬀron, as well as the more familiar Bluebell, Harebell, Betony, Greater and Lesser Knapweed.