Could you help shape the path of Avon Wildlife Trust and ensure that the voices of young people are heard?
Events near you
Following the Government's latest advice surrounding Coronavirus, we are currently reviewing volunteering opportunities and events on a month by month basis for the autumn and winter. Where possible we have started to take some of our events online so that you can continue to learn about the nature and wildlife on your doorstep with our fabulous team. We'll update our events here and get important messages out across our social media channels as we make plans and know more. Please see our full statement on how we're responding to the situation here. We're thinking of all of our community affected by this difficult situation and hope you can find some moments in nature to help you feel calm. Now more than ever, nature can lift our spirits and brighten our days. Keep safe and well.
Come and explore the wilder spaces of Kilkenny Fields and see what you'll discover.
Gain an understanding of the principles of ecology, habitats and species ID on this one day course with Matt Collis at our beautiful Grow Wilder site.
Take part in some real citizen science and join us for a survey of the bees and butterflies which are thriving in Clevedon's wilder spaces.
Take part in some real citizen science and join us for a survey of the bees and butterflies which are thriving in Nailsea's wilder spaces.
This event is for younger children accompanied by a responsible adult.
These short 1 hour sessions will enable young children to experience the wonders of pond life in a safe environment.…
Join us for a walk across the wilder patches of Nailsea to listen out for some brilliant bats.
Bring your 5-10 year old nature lovers to our Wildlife Watch Club at our Grow Wilder site
Join Matt Collis for a 2hr online session learning the theory behind tree ID followed by a face to face autumnal walk and explore later that week
National citizen science survey of intertidal habitats. This survey will focus on surveying mud and sand habitats. This event has been fully assessed for COVID safety.