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Calling all youngsters between five and 12 years old!

Fancy getting to meet real hedgehogs or dissecting owl pellets? Ever wondered why mushrooms are important? Or maybe you’ve always wanted to have a go at camp fire cooking?

“The Wildlife Watch Leaders at our five Wildlife Watch groups – Braunstone, Brocks Hill, Melton Mowbray, Rutland and Woodhouse Eaves - have come up with some great activities for their autumn and winter meetings,” Trust Education Officer Rachel Ibbotson said.

Groups meet once a month on a Saturday or Sunday morning. The meetings are free to attend but booking a place is essential. Children under eight must be accompanied by a parent/carer during the meetings.

For more information about where, when and how to book your place, please click here.

Photograph: Woodhouse Eaves Wildlife Watch Group went on a Woodland Adventure and had a lot of fun learning the art of camouflage (WEWW)

Related categories: Wildlife Watch Event


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