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This autumn, help us find the Britain’s most colourful and important fungi – waxcaps.
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This autumn and winter, if you’re looking for outdoor activities for you and your family, try hunting for Waxcap Fungi in grassland areas, lichens in forests or cities, and explore the rainforest for ferns.
This autumn, help us find Britain’s most colourful and important fungi – waxcaps.
Learn more about what lichens are, what makes them special, and where they grow in these activities perfect for children aged 7-11. We’ll take you on a real lichen adventure!
Learn how to Identify moss from Lizzie Wilberforce and download a mobile friendly identification guide.
A downloadable guide filled with activities for all the family to find out whether you are in a British Temperate Rainforest
A downloadable guide filled with activities for all the family to find out how to identify them and learn about their very, very, very long history
An activity sheet to use when you are going to a meadow or in a meadow to know how healthy it is, by spotting the diversity of the flowers in the meadow.
Learn more about waxcaps with experts from our Dynamic Dunescapes site in Kenfig, Wales.
Take your waxcap knowledge to the next level with our training course, suitable for keen fungi finders and land owners.
Watch as Plantlife fungi expert Sarah Shuttleworth records her first waxcap find on the Waxcap Watch app.
A downloadable pdf with map and guide of a 10 mile return walk up Scotland’s highest mountain
A downloadable pdf with map and guide of a 3 mile walk in Joan’s Hill Farm Nature Reserve, Herefordshire
A downloadable pdf with map and guide of a circular 4 mile walk in Peak District National park , starting from White Lodge Carpark
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