Wildlife Watch is the junior branch of the Wildlife Trust and helps young people discover nature
Wildlife Watch is the UK’s leading wildlife club for young people. It gives them the chance to discover the wildlife that lives in their local area and helps them to explore the natural world.
There are lots of benefits to becoming a Wildlife Watch member – you will receive a Wildlife Watcher’s handbook, a monthly e-newsletter full of wild ideas and nature spotting tips and four brilliant Wildlife Watch magazines containing free posters.Find out more here.
We have 24 fantastic Wildlife Watch groups for all ages. Many of our groups have won awards for their quality. All young people are welcome to join in the wonderful activities that go on every month at our Watch meetings.
Find your nearest group here.
Find out about your local Watch group’s next meeting here.
By joining as a school member, teachers will receive resources designed to help them create opportunities for their pupils to experience inspiring outdoor learning. In addition, by becoming a School Watch member, our staff will help you set up a Wildlife Watch group in your school and provide on-going support. Find out more here.
Our Watch groups are run by an amazing group of over 100 dedicated volunteers. If you have the skills to help young people find out more about wildlife and discover their local environment we would like to hear from you. Find out more about being a Watch leader here.