Wildlife Watch

Join our Wildlife Watch-ers each month!

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Wildlife Watch Club gives children the chance to learn more about wildlife, take part in practical, hands-ob conservation work and have ons of fun with wildlife-themed games and activities!

Organiser, Hayley Herridge says: “This group provides young people with the opportunity to take practical action for wildlife. It’s great to see children who really love nature, sharing their interest and knowledge. Over the next year our programme includes many exciting opportunities to learn including a bat walk and survival skills at the Queenswood Forest School site. We take our cause seriously, but we have lots of fun playing in the woods too!

Spending time outside and engaging with the natural world should be an important part of childhood and this club is another way for children to do that. Queenswood and Bodenham Lake are both special places and by running the club here the children can really feel a part of the site, helping its wildlife and getting to know it really well.”

When is it?

Wildlife Watch club runs on the first Sunday of each month, from 12.30 to 2.30pm, 

Who's it for?

This group is open to Wildlife Watch members only and is suitable for children aged 7 to 14. 

How much does it cost?

Meetings are FREE for Wildlife Watch members.

How do I book?

Each Club session can be booked individually through our What's On pages