Here’s a first look at the winter/spring issue of Nature’s Home soon to be dropping through your letterbox. Spring may feel like it’s far away just now, but after the Winter Solstice this week, days are already starting to slowly lengthen (though it doesn’t feel like it yet!). In your magazine, you’ll find a monthly guide to wildlife, so you’ll soon have some reassuring sights to seek as nature moves through the seasons.
Here are some highlights of the stories you can look forward to!
A sneak peek at the cover of Nature’s Home Winter/Spring 2022 magazine.
Knot Flock, Ben Andrew, rspb-images.com
Flocks are a dramatic and thrilling spectacle to behold. Find out all about where to see flocks and why they happen in this issue’s special feature.
We look at the fascinating history of Big Garden Birdwatch.
Big Garden Birdwatch backstory
We’re all starting to get excited for Big Garden Birdwatch – a highlight for the calendar in January. We uncover the story behind its birth in 1979. Plus, hear all about the journey from its launch on Blue Peter, to what it’s taught us over the years.
Blue tit on a feeder, Ben Andrew, rspb-images.com
Upskill with smartphone photography tips
With Big Garden Birdwatch in mind, we’ll be sharing top tips on making the most of your smartphone to take photos. Get your smartphone photography skills at their best in time to take great snaps of wildlife visiting your patch.
Thank you for your support this year
We hope you’ll be able to sit back and put your feet up to enjoy these stories when you receive your copy - perhaps with a leftover mince pie (or two!). Wishing you health and happiness for the festive season, and some special winter wildlife sightings. Thank you for everything you do to support us, and nature.
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yeah very nice information....
We will hear all about the journey from its launch on Blue Peter. Thank you.
You're always welcome! We will continue supporting you guys because we love nature.
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