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Are you getting involved in BOG DAY 2023 ?

Updated: Aug 2, 2023

This year we will be celebrating Bog Day on Sunday 23rd July 2023


Share your events, resources, videos, projects, blogs, and press releases from the brilliant world of bogs and on the Bog Day site.

Bog Day provides an excellent opportunity to band together to champion our fantastic fens, super swamps and marvellous marshes - here is some information to get you started:

The BogDay.org site is managed by the IUCN UK Peatland Programme and brings you content from partners and projects around the world working to conserve, restore and enhance our brilliant bogs every day of the year!

Currently on the Bog Day site you can find …

Peatland Top Trumps from the Moors for the Future Partnership

Peatland educational resources from LIFE Welsh Raised Bog Project & Natural Resources Wales

Wildlife spotter sheets for heathland, bogs and peatlands from the Wildlife Trusts

Bogcast episodes from the Yorkshire Peat Partnership

Resources for schools and communities from the Irish Peatland Conservation Council

And much, much more

Mark Bog Day in your calendars and let us know what your organisation will be doing to celebrate the brilliant bogs where you are.

Contact info@iucn.org.uk for more information.


Events this year can be found here:

Bog Day 2023 takes place on Sunday 23rd July.

If you are hosting an event for this year’s Bog Day please get in touch with details and we will list it here.

More info:


Events – England

Little Woolden Moss Nature Walks

To celebrate International Bog Day 2023 on Sunday 23rd July, join the Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside for a guided nature walk at Little Woolden Moss. This gentle walk will allow us to explore the nature that lives on our precious peatlands.

Meeting point: Princes Park Garden Centre, Liverpool Road, Irlam, M44 6BR for a minibus shuttle service to site.


Times: 10am, 12noon and 2pm

Find out more and book: lancswt

The walk is expected to last approx 1 hour. There are no steep inclines and a gentle pace will be adopted, with plenty of time to stop and admire the wildlife.


Celebrate the brilliance of Cuthbert’s Moor with Durham Wildlife Trust




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