See Nature brings together the best of online live high resolution video broadcasting over broadband with curriculum support, to encourage teachers and their pupils to engage in learning about nature at first hand.

Perfect Pollinators Glossary 6

Perfect Pollinators Glossary 6

Not sure what a word means[...]
The Wool Carder Bee

The Wool Carder Bee

The Wool Carder Bee W[...]
The Long Tailed Tit

The Long Tailed Tit

Birds that visit our gardens[...]

[read more news]

Supporting schools in the south and south-east of England.

The BirdBox Project

See Nature Schools BirdBox Project

The Schools’ Bird Box project is an opportunity to stream and share live video of the birds that visit their nesting box and feeders all year round. Watch during the nesting season amazing live video of eggs hatching and chicks growing before they fledge and leave the nest.

Interested in supporting the work of the British Trust for Ornithology? Then find out how as a See Nature Bird Box School you can take part next year in The Trust’s Nest Box Challenge, Garden Birdwatch and Bird Tracking surveys.

Find out more

The PondCam Project

See Nature Schools’ Pondcam Project

Is your pond clean and healthy? If the answer is “yes” why not install an underwater webcam and watch close-up on your laptop or any mobile device the frogs, newts, shrimps, water boatman and larvae that move about and feed beneath the pond surface.

Keep a record and track between March and July the life that lives in and visits your pond and compare your results with those gathered by other schools across the south-east of England.

Find out more

Perfect Pollinators - Red Mason Bee Project

“Perfect Pollinators” Red Mason Bee Project

Our native bee population is in decline. Help farmers and producers to address this trend by adding to native bee stocks. Red Mason bees are solitary bees that unlike bumble and honey bees do not sting and therefore do not possess a threat to young children.

Fit a webcam Red Mason Bee Box on an outer school wall and watch between March and July live video of the female Red Mason Bee lining her nest and laying eggs that will grow and pupate before hatching the following spring.

Each female Red Mason bee will lay in a year up to 40 eggs. So play your part in this campaign and donate your excess bee stock to local fruit and vegetable famers.

Find out more

Three incredible webcam primary science projects – Observe wildlife close-up 24/7

Other wildlife that visit your school grounds?

Do hedgehogs or badgers that visit your school grounds or maybe bats hang from the side of a building or swifts nesting under roof tiles? Our installation team are experts in fitting webcams and nest boxes. Contact us to discuss your specific requirements.