Notes on Nature: exploring nature’s winter wonders

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What wildlife does when
the temperature drops
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Friends,
food and flight

Winter survival guide
A jay perched on a snow covered log

Finding nature, even in the frost

Hello Thomas

Although the trees are now bare and
it seems like nature’s hiding away, it’s really still all around
us. Grey seals are pupping, migrant starlings are joining our
resident ones and there’s plenty to do in the garden to give nature
a home. Plus, it’s a good time to get ready for the Big Garden
Birdwatch
– you
can sign up from 11 December.

Why birds of a feather stick
together

Frost-tipped grass and frozen lakes
may look beautiful, but winter can make life hard for birds. Food
is harder to come by and they’re at risk of becoming someone else’s
lunch! Luckily, they’ve developed ways to survive the colder
months, and you can help them too.

How birds make it through

Nature’s new
arrivals

Winter babies

While many species are busy just surviving the winter, grey
seals are having pups! Find out why and where you might be able to
spot them. 

See the seals
Sleeping seal pup

Belfast’s
best-kept secret

Nature in the
city

In the heart of Belfast is an oasis for wildlife, where you
might spot black-tailed godwits, lapwings and even sedge
warblers. 

Take me there
Belfast. Sunset reflected in a body of water

Welcoming
winter visitors

Arriving
from Eastern Europe

The starling population of the UK almost doubles in winter due
to new arrivals, but these beautiful birds are still in
trouble. 

Read the starlings’ story
Starling perched in a tree

Make 2020 count

Volunteer with
us

With the New Year looming, why not add volunteering to your
resolutions list? You can help us give nature a home.

Find your role
A volunteer removing brush with a fork as the sun sets

Caring for your garden in
winter

To prune or
not to prune

Our gardening expert Adrian Thomas takes you through what to do
in your garden and for nature during the cold months.

Adrian’s top tips
A female blackbird eating a fallen apple

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Christmas

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membership

Give the gift that gives more – a helping hand for nature, plus
great magazines and free reserve entry.

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