Organic cereal maker Nature’s Path have helped us to re-launch this brilliant project.
We need you to visit your local natural space which could be your garden, a park, footpath or even your school grounds, and let us know which of the fifteen Bee Scene wildflowers you can find.
You can then enter your results on our interactive map, which shows results of surveys that have taken place since April 1st 2015.
Help young people discover the nature on your doorstep by downloading the family-friendly Bee Scene Pack today! Click here.
Primary school teachers may still find the detailed resources from the earlier project useful, which are The Bee Scene recording card. Bee Scene identification guide. education pack and alternative resources pack. These will help widen learning across the curriculum and support pupils within primary schools to work scientifically.
Should you have any queries
please contact Plantlife
To plant your virtual flower, please do the following.
- Zoom in to the location that you visited
- Click on the map, a pointer will appear on the map (the pin can be moved by dragging it, should you need to fine tune its location)
- Click on the pin and a form will appear
- Complete the form and click "Save & Close" to share your experiences
More about Nature’s Path.
As a sustainably driven, organic company and one that depends upon the natural pollination of crops essential to its products, it’s fitting that Nature’s Path is supporting Plantlife’s Bee Scene project.
Nature’s Path breakfast cereals can be found in all major supermarkets across the UK along with many independent health food stores and farm shops and online via several stores such as Ocado.