Today we have a guest news piece from Andy Shipley about ‘The Three-Day Effect’, a move to understand the science behind the wellbeing benefits of spending time in nature.
Sarah Bell reports from the ‘Now for Nature’ conference, discussing opportunities for enhancing inclusivity across the nature sector.
We’ve just published a new research paper which considers how and why people connect with birdlife through sound.
We’ve got a beautiful selection of bird sounds for you this week, captured by sound recording enthusiast Graham Taplin.
The RNIB has recently launched a new guide designed to help children get “Messy and Muddy”.
Sense and The Outdoor Guide have just launched a new collection of short walks called “Sensory Walks”.
Today we’re excited to launch new guidance to support more inclusive multi-sensory experiences in nature.
We’ve just released new research exploring how nature can provide opportunities to feel a sense of freedom from ‘ableism’.
We’ve explored how negotiating the weather with sight impairment involves far more than donning the ‘right’ clothing.
As we approach Christmas 2018 and the end of the funded phase of Sensing Nature, it’s the perfect time to reflect on another exciting year for the project.
Today we’re excited to launch a brand new guide designed to promote the inclusive design and management of nature-based settings.
Today we’re launching our ‘Easing into nature with sight impairment’ resource, intended for anyone whose lives have been touched by sight impairment.
We’re excited to announce the launch of new guidance to support people with visual impairments take part in group-walking activities.
Listen to our new podcast capturing the key messages from this year’s Adventures with nature and sight impairment event in Bristol.
Today is an exciting day for the Sensing Nature project as we hold our ‘Wellbeing with nature and sight impairment’ event.
Our participants have emphasised the importance of childhood nature encounters. Here we share stories from those born with sight impairment.
Join us in September to discuss exciting initiatives supporting people with sight impairment to engage in outdoor adventure activities.
We’re excited to announce a brand new Sensing Nature venture supporting access to nature sites across the UK for people with sight impairment.
We catch up with Julian Jackson in Cornwall, at the beginning of his ‘Big Blind Walk’ and get the inside scoop on what makes him want to spend time in nature.
Experiences of bird life can be important in developing meaningful connections with nature. This week Sarah Bell learns more about the ‘Casual Birder’ podcast series…