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