25th – 31st October is National Mammal Week! We have a whole bunch of activities to get involved with throughout the week, from webinars to blogs – and we’ve also prepared some activities for families with younger wildlife lovers, too!
Be sure to tag us or use the #NationalMammalWeek tag on social media to share with us how you’re celebrating National Mammal Week!
A – Z Scavenger Hunt
This week, why not download our autumnal scavenger hunt? It explores an A – Z of British nature and includes a checklist so you can keep track of your progress!
We also have some colouring pages so you can enjoy learning about some of the under-recorded mammals we’re focusing on this week!
Why not cut them out and use natural materials or craft materials to create your own arable landscape complete with under-recorded mammals?
Make a Footprint Tunnel
Mammals can be tricky to spot – learn how to make a footprint tunnel to see who visits your garden here!
Then download our free and easy-to-use Mammal Mapper mobile app to learn how to identify mammal footprints and record what you’ve detected!