According to calendars autumn starts on 21 September but at Nature's Calendar they mark the start of autumn based on key signs and triggers in nature.
There are many signs of autumn and many help us learn how our climate is changing. Look out for the following:
Scientists study the recurrence of natural events and their timings which is called phenology. Recording these timings can give vital clues to the impact of the changing climate on our woods and wildlife.
Track nature's seasonal changes and become a Nature's Calendar recorder.
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