A Focus On Nature

A Focus On Nature

Thoughts on a Natural History GCSE

A petition has recently created much discussion between naturalists, as it calls for the curriculum to offer a GCSE in natural history. We asked some AFON members for their thoughts on this petition.

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Best blog post of 2016

We want your opinion! We have an amazing (albeit currently top secret) prize available for the author of the best blog post of 2016 on the AFON blog, and we want you to vote on the best blog post!

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Photography and behavioural observations – Katie Horrocks

Happy New Year! In the first week of this shiny new year, we are hearing from seven AFON members on their hopes and plans for 2017.

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The year of recording – Alex Berryman

Happy New Year! In the first week of this shiny new year, we are hearing from seven AFON members on their hopes and plans for 2017.

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Get out and explore – Abi Jacobs

Happy New Year! In the first week of this shiny new year, we are hearing from seven AFON members on their hopes and plans for 2017.

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Ponking and longhorns in 2017 – Will Heeney

Happy New Year! In the first week of this shiny new year, we are hearing from seven AFON members on their hopes and plans for 2017.

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Here’s to a green 2017! – Adam L Canning

Happy New Year! In the first week of this shiny new year, we are hearing from seven AFON members on their hopes and plans for 2017.

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The next generation – Alex Pearce

Happy New Year! In the first week of this shiny new year, we are hearing from seven AFON members on their hopes and plans for 2017.

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To learn and see more – Sophie Bagshaw

Happy New Year! In the first week of this shiny new year, we are hearing from seven AFON members on their hopes and plans for 2017.

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AFON in 2016

In 2016 A Focus On Nature has taken major leaps forward, asserting itself as a nationally recognised and respected youth conservation organisation. We launched the hugely ambitious Vision for Nature Report, organised numerous events, grew our membership and mentoring programme and have reached out to hundreds more young people through our social media channels. In this round up of the year, committee member Ben Eagle looks back on our achievements.

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