Opportunities to learn


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Get out and go wild

Nature is good for us and it’s all around, you just need to know where to look. 

From wild play sessions and Wildlife Watch groups, to family memberships and free days out, there are so many ways to explore nature on your doorstep. 

Creating nature lovers of all ages

Children are happier, healthier and more creative when they’re connected to nature – and the same goes for adults. We can help you bring nature into your everyday, with activities and ideas for the whole family.


(c) Lianne De Mello

Discover nature on your doorstep

and have fun outdoors at our family wild play sessions

My Wild Child

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Become family members

and together we can protect and restore our precious natural places. You'll also receive copies of our magazine and lots of exciting wildlife goodies throughout the year. 

Join us

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Wildlife Watch Club

Join our Wildlife Watch Club at Feed Bristol, or start your own with support from our passionate and experienced learning team. 

Find out more
I didn’t have an outdoorsy childhood – my husband did - but I wasn’t very outdoorsy before having the boys. And then when we had the kids I very quickly realised that they loved being outdoors more than being indoors. So it started a change in me too.
My Wild Child mum

Enjoy free days out

Help make Bristol and Bath nature-rich cities

Improve habitats in your area

Find out more

01179 177 270

To find out about how and why The Wildlife Trusts
are putting the wild into childhood, read about the

'Every Child Wild' initiative