For grown ups

For grown ups

Jon Hawkins, Surrey Hills Photography

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Wildlife Watch is the junior branch of The Wildlife Trusts and the UK’s leading environmental action club for kids. Our aim is to encourage children to engage in their environment and the issues affecting it.

If you and your family care about nature and the environment and want to experience local wildlife, or are looking for some nature-inspired activities, then you’ve come to the right place. There are hundreds of events and local Watch groups that you and your kids can get involved in.

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Our principles

  1. Increasing understanding of our whole environment
     
  2. Fostering awareness and feeling for the world we live in
     
  3. Encouraging a caring attitude towards wildlife and participation in conservation
     
  4. Creating factual, informal, fun ways to investigate our surroundings
     
  5. Ensuring that young people’s environmental concerns, ideas and opinions are recognised and developed, and opportunities are created to act upon them.

Watch magazine

Watch pack

Wildlife Watch members receive loads of exciting wildlife goodies! You’ll receive a starter pack and four issues of Wildlife Watch magazine a year. This is packed full of amazing pictures, puzzles, competitions and you get a fantastic free wildlife poster with each issue. We also have a monthly e-newsletter full of wild ideas and nature-spotting tips!

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Wildlife Watch groups

Watch Groups are run by volunteer leaders. They are a great way making friends and taking part in wildlife activities.

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The Wildlife Trusts

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Badger by Jon Hawkins - Surrey Hills Photography

Learning

Are you a parent or do you work with children through a school or Watch Group? 

We've got loads of resources