Entries by Tales from Mother Earth

Guest Blog: Inspiring the Next Generation

Jamie Sneddon, Experienced Field Biologist/Ecologist, Munlochy, Scotland My earliest memories of being obsessed with animals involve watching the Lion King. I still have the VHS, but you would see mostly static if you tried to watch it, thanks to countless hours of watching and rewinding. As I grew up, I would get myself into trouble […]

Story Workshop Assemblies

Although the country is in lockdown, we are still taking enquiries about our fun primary school Story Workshop Assemblies once schools are open again.  Meet Phoebe the Bee and learn all about why bees are so vital to our existence.  It’s interactive and educational, please see the comments below. We combine musical interactive games, the […]

Celebrating World Earth Day 2020

In these troubled times, we are all very aware of the importance of conservation and doing all we can to nurture and encourage generations young and old to appreciate the natural world. Therefore, our collective mission is to collaborate and bring about a lasting change, one that will encourage wildlife to prosper and one that […]

Spring has Sprung!

The world today is an uncertain place to live with worries for our physical and mental health. The impact Covid19 has had on the world is astounding. Though this is a difficult time we’re trying to remember to look at the small things we can take pleasure from, to boost our spirits and help us […]

Colour in Phoebe the Bee #phoebethebee

When trying to boost your home-schooling day’s activities, wanting to add something creative to the schedule or just plain needing five minutes to boil the kettle(!), why not download a copy of our colouring in page for your children to enjoy? It’s a great conversation starter for introducing children to conservation starting with how to […]