There are lots of videos and activities for all ages and we send out a weekly update for what is coming up so everyone can join in with the activities at home or out on their walk.
Find out how you can get involved by visiting https://www.wildsheffield.com/getinvolved/nature-adventures/
Many of our nature reserves are very accessible to local people and remain open with free access.
We are still undertaking essential Health & Safety patrols on our sites, and working with our graziers to ensure that any cattle or sheep on site continue to be well looked after. All our staff will be wearing logo’d coats and driving our logo’d vehicles.
If you are visiting one of our nature reserves then please enjoy them responsibly: don’t drive to our sites, remember the 2m physical distance rule, respect other people and of course respect wildlife. Absolutely no BBQs or fires.
If you spot anything you are concerned about on site let us or the police know, or if you spot any amazing wildlife then we’d love to see your pics or you can help contribute to wildlife conservation by submitting your nature sightings at wildsheffield.com/sightings.