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We had a lovely day at the Ditch the Stuff event and explored the North Kelvin Meadow and the Children’s Wood as part of it. At the event, lots of outdoor activities were put on and it was lovely to … Continue reading
This Sunday afternoon, in the west end of Glasgow, there will be a connecting children with nature event which sounds like music to my ears. I hardly know where to start, and I’ve been waiting for a while to write … Continue reading
If you didn’t know it yet, the RSPB Scotland are hosting their first ever two day Scottish Bird Fair the weekend of the 19th and 20th of May 2012. It’s promising to be a fabulous event, with a range of … Continue reading
The rather uneventful months are over and we’re back into the swing of lots of activities being offered either outdoors or about nature indoors. To get an overview of what’s on, have a look at the calendar of events where … Continue reading
This weekend has most definitely a bird theme. I’ve read somewhere that it’s the last weekend where you can put up nest boxes for use this year, so how fitting that there are a few places around Glasgow offering the … Continue reading
It was a status update just in time on Facebook, by the Finlayston Country Estate page, which commented on the weather forecast for the day, and it was good. I’m not a nice weather outdoors person, but after the downpours … Continue reading
I have created a calendar for events in or about nature for children. You can find it on the Calendar of Nature Events page. If you would like to suggest events to add to them, please email me the details … Continue reading
The long winter break is over and we’ve back to having organised activities happening all over Glasgow and some favourite places just outside of Glasgow. Personally, I can’t wait to get out a bit more often after the heavy storms, … Continue reading
October week is just around the corner and there is so much on in and around Glasgow, so much choice, so much exciting stuff to do, it’ll be hard to pick one activity over another! So rather than by the … Continue reading