The Trust is staging its eighth environmental festival - #LoveNature over the half term holidays from 26 May to 2 June and set in and around St Ouen’s Bay in Jersey’s National Park, the event showcases the wild orchids in all their glory at Le Noir Pré and the work of the Lands Team at the Trust who manage the sites. This year the event is kindly supported by the Jersey National Park

Islanders are invited to discover sites in St Ouen’s Bay such as the Wetland Centre and the orchid fields at Le Noir Pré, explore St Ouen and its shoreline, discover Plémont headland, Mont Grantez, La Mielle de Morville and St Ouen’s Pond – La Mare au Seigneur.

The festival is very child friendly and younger environmentalists can go on shark egg hunts and get involved in dew plant removal. A highlight is Terrific talons where children can get up close and personal with birds of prey.

#Love Nature Festival Programme 2024

Download the programme and experience a wonderful week of activity in and around St Ouen’s Bay. Discover hidden habitats and explore sites including the Wetland Centre, the wild orchid fields and St Ouen’s Pond.

#Love Nature Festival Events 2024

Go on a shark-egg hunt or a Grantez nature walk. Get up close and personal with a bird of prey, stroll above St Ouens at a sunset, or a 'behind the scenes walk with a National Trust Ranger' and immerse yourself in nature on a wild food forage or whilst forest bathing. #LoveNature offers a week of guided walks and nature hunts and has something for everyone to enjoy.

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