Here are a few of their ideas on how to ‘Connect with Nature’ our favourites:
- Annual Christmas Day Bird Count – head out with family and friends into the countryside or the garden with binoculars and notepad. Make a note of the birds you see and each year, repeat the walk and see how this changes. Bird watching is so rewarding (we know from our Safaris) and there is always a surprising discovery to made.
- Nature Hike – chose a special walk to do after Christmas meal – then stick to the plan and do the walk. A great way to walk off Christmas pud and to revitalise.
- Nature Restoration Activity – plant a tree in your garden to replace the many cut down at this time of year, or spend an hour enhancing an area of your garden, to acknowledge nature as a source of our wellbeing.
- Decorate a tree for the birds – Hang seed bells, suet, or pine cones on a tree in your garden – somewhere in the open where cats can be seen easily by the birds. It offers an important food source for birds during the winter and it will be a delight to watch – and don’t forget those binoculars and notebook to identify and record the birds that come to enjoy the nibbles.
For the full inspirational eartheasy.com guide click here 👉 How to Have a Green Christmas
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