How to take part

You can take part as an individual, a community group, family, school, or you can join one of our partner events. You don’t need to attend an event to celebrate Wales Nature Week though you will meet like-minded people at events who share your passion for nature. Simply get out and appreciate nature on your doorstep in Wales Nature Week. It could be the start of a lifetime’s connection! Above all, you choose how you celebrate Wales Nature Week.
Here are some top tips to get the most out of Wales Nature Week.
  • Follow us on social media. Instagram Facebook X/Twitter
  • Go out in the garden and see what you can spot! If you have more time to spare- a walk in your local park, or nature reserve can turn up a surprising number of species.
  • Take a picture or video of what you spot and share on social media
  • Tag your posts using #WalesNatureWeek to be part of the story and share interactions with other groups and individuals.
  • Look on the Wales Nature Week events page for an event you would like to attend. Contact the event organiser using the information provided on the event listing to book or if no booking required just turn up on the day!
  • Inspire you family members of your workplace to carry out acts for nature
  • Check out our resource pages for top tips on how you can help nature with simple actions anyone can do.


Wales Nature Week is a great way to get pupils and staff involved with nature. You can use classroom activities, or your school grounds. If you are lucky enough to have a nature areas you can plan leaning activities around nature.

Become a Bee Friendly school – see the Bee Friendly section for ideas

Are you planning on organising an event or activity in Wales Nature Week?

Nature's calendar poster

Check out our events page to see how you can get involved.

Any questions? Contact us with any queries you have. We're here to help you take part in Wales Nature Week!

Garden pond Rose Revera

Pond Dip Vale of Glamorgan Council

Bee orchid Sean McHugh

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Species in Wales

Amphibians & Reptiles



Terrestrial Mammals



Helping Wildlife

Wildlife Gardening