We are very lucky in Brislington to have so much Green space in the local area with a wide Variety of parks allotments and Nature Reserves all of which support rich and varied Wildlife population

at present 93% of the population is within 400m of a publicly accessible open space.

BS4 Wildlife Facebook group

If you’d like to see and share photos of local wildlife please join our facebook group


guided tree trails https://www.facebook.com/Ten-Amazing-Trees-101084801947958

Local wildlife Organisations



First nature – Your Wildlife Window on the World Wide Web


Over 2000 illustrated identification guides to > 720 Wildflower pages; > 820 Fungi pages; > 86 British and European Birds; > 50 native British Trees; > 180 butterflies, moths, mayflies, hoverflies, dragonflies and other Insects; > 55 Fish species; > All of Britain’s native Reptiles and Amphibians; > A large selection of Mammals including many Bats.

Animals Birds and Insects

Bristol Ornithological Club https://bristolornithologicalclub.co.uk

Avon Birds https://avonbirding.blogspot.com/

Otters – https://bristolottersurvey.wixsite.com/greaterbristolotters/about_us

you Can submit Animal and Bird sightings to BRERC via their reporting site http://recording.brerc.org.uk/ find out more about becoming a recorder here https://www.brerc.org.uk/newrecorder.htm

Bristol Insect Festival https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Insect_Festival

Plants and Trees

Did you know that both Wards have more than 20% tree cover https://bristoltrees.space/trees/treecover-map.xq

you can find out a wealth of information about our trees on the Bristol Trees forum https://bristoltreeforum.org/

and its sister site Trees of Bristol


Plants and wild flowers https://plantlife.love-wildflowers.org.uk/

Parks Trails and Green Spaces

find out more about our parks trails and green spaces https://greaterbrislington.org/local-community-information/brislington-parks-trails-and-green-spaces/

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