Bristol Natural History Consortium

Festival of Nature

Bristol Festival of Nature is the UK’s biggest celebration of the natural world. The Festival is an imaginative weekend of films, animal encounters, exhibitions, walks, talks, workshops and competitions for all ages and interests.

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  • AnimalsAnimals
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Bristol is recognised internationally as a centre for excellence in wildlife filmmaking and communicating about the natural world. The city enjoys high quality visitor attractions such as Bristol Zoo Gardens, is the home to the Wildscreen Festival, the Communicate conference and the BBC Natural History Unit. With so many great connections to so many nature and wildlife experts in the city we aim to deliver an unmissable festival every year. The Consortium is a collaboration between Avon Wildlife Trust, the BBC, Bristol City Council, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Defra, the University of Bristol, the University of the West of England, Wildscreen and the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust. Since 2003 the Bristol Natural History Consortium has worked with organisations across the region to promote and celebrate the natural world and its conservation. The Bristol Festival of Nature is the UK’s biggest celebration of the natural world. The Festival is an imaginative weekend of films, animal encounters, exhibitions, walks, talks, workshops and competitions for all ages and interests. The Festival also includes a very popular food market, with genuine and healthy produce from the South West and beyond.

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