Notes from a Lockdown Naturalist
Help capture a moment in time by contributing your notes of a lockdown naturalist. We want to capture your Notes from a Lockdown Naturalist; a snapshot of your thoughts and reflections. You could write a short article, create some art, compose a poem. It’s up to you.
A Nature Notebook from Wylam © Stephen Pardue
Share your thoughts
Across the North East, naturalists have been forced to adapt the way in which they study and enjoy wildlife. You have been sharing wonderful moments, photos, and observations of nature closer to home during the lockdown. To capture this moment in time for future generations, you can now share your thoughts and reflections of your time spent with nature.
Share your Lockdown Naturalist reflections by answering the question below:
How has Coronavirus affected your thoughts, actions, or appreciation of nature, the place you live, or the wider environment?
Here are some ways you can share your thoughts with us:
- Writing your response (maximum 500 words)
- Submitting a short video (maximum 4 minutes)
- Sharing a photo(s), preferably of you in your local patch/garden. (Photos are optional).
- You can also share your creative projects undertaken during the lockdown, including artworks and notebook entries.
Please email your reflections to Clare Freeman, NHSN Director, at email@example.com. Please include your name, neighbourhood and if desirable, a short bio.
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By submitting your story you agree to the consent below.
“I donate my Notes from a Lockdown Naturalist to NHSN. I consent to it being made publicly available and assign my copyright to NHSN so that it can be reproduced in full or in part on websites, in publications, and in broadcasts.”
Notes from Lockdown Naturalists across the North East
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For Rinke Vinkenoog, lockdown provided the opportunity to study the differing foraging habits of male and female Red-tailed Bumblebees ...Read More
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For wildlife gardener and amateur naturalist, Rob Galpin, lockdown was spent admiring the comings and goings of wildlife on his ...Read More