This lesson provides a comprehensive list of landscapes, habitats and environments you can think about when planning and deciding where to carry out your nature walk.
Last lesson, we looked at some of the places you can go to find your next nature walk. For example, national parks or nature reserves etc. In this lesson, we will have a look at some of the finer details such as landscape and terrain.
Think about your favorite places. Do you prefer a dappled woodland or a sunlit beach; a wild flower meadow or a rugged mountain peak? These are all things for you and your family to consider when planning out your nature walks.
Depending on where you live, you may have access to a variety of habitats all within easy distance. Or, you may need to plan ahead to a family holiday or weekend outing if you wish to try something new. Remember, nature walks should be enjoyable for the whole family, so get everyone involved in choosing where to go.
Here are some of the possibilities:
If you are adventurous, or lucky enough to live or travel abroad, here are a few additional places to add to your nature adventure list!