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Go on a garden safari

A garden safari is a fun way for families and young people to explore their gardens - or other outdoor spaces - and learn more about local flora and fauna using the brilliant Seek app by iNaturalist. We've also provided free educational resources to help you get the most out of the SEEK app; as well as a series of informative Garden Safari videos led by WWF's education team. Don't forget to share your observations on social media using #LearnToLoveNature #GardenSafari.

Get the Seek App

Get the Seek App

With the free Seek by iNaturalist app you’ll be able to identify any living thing in your garden. It’s like having a naturalist in your pocket!
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Get exploring!

Get exploring!

Using your Seek app, identify and record as many species as possible in your garden. You can also use our handy guides for further inspiration.
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Get sharing!

Get sharing!

Share your observations with us on social media using #LearnToLoveNature #GardenSafari.
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A person points their camera at a plant which identifies the species

Discover nature on your doorstep

Get the Seek App

You don't have to travel far to find weird and beautiful wildlife. With the free Seek by iNaturalist app you’ll be able to identify any living thing in your patch - plants, flowers, insects, fungi, birds and animals. It’s like having a naturalist in your pocket!

Ants

Ants

Join Matt for a special look at these fascinating insects and some tips on how to find them, record them, and study their incredible activities.
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Migration

Migration

Join Matt as he looks to spot the signs of migration and explores how nature's patterns are changing with climate change.
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Wildlife hotspots

Wildlife hotspots

Join us for a garden safari with Cel Spellman as he shares his tips for discovering natural wonders in your local patch of green.
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Growing your own

Growing your own

Join special guest Ben Brace from RHS Wisley as he discusses the link between land use for agriculture and growing your own food.
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Snails

Snails

Explore the fascinating world of these slimy garden friends and discover the adaptations that have inspired so many new technologies.
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Woodlice

Woodlice

Join Matt on another garden safari to find woodlice and explore what makes them so fascinating!
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Pollinators

Pollinators

Join Matt as he discusses the importance of pollinators and shares tips on how we can all connect with nature in our own outdoor spaces.
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Outdoor spaces

Outdoor spaces

Matt shares tips on how we can connect with nature in our own outdoor spaces, highlighting that wildlife is all around us if we take a closer look.
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