Taking part in Wildlife Watch is a very exciting way to explore your surroundings and get closer to the wildlife you share it with. Wildlife Watch groups provide a wonderful opportunity for anyone between 7 - 12 years old to become a wildlife investigator.
You can take part in fun activities, such as wildlife safaris, pond dipping, big bug hunts, natural art, bush craft, den building and lots more. Come along to one of the Wildlife Watch Groups to find out more and get involved.
Children can also subscribe to Wildlife Watch. They will receive a fantastic Wildlife Watch folder containing the Wildlife Watchers handbook, membership card, badge and you will also recieve the magazines and wildlife poster (4 times a year).
Go to the Wildlife Watch website to find out more and become a member.
There are local Wildlife Watch groups all over the country. The Great Fen group meets on the third Saturday of most months for fun activities on a wildlife theme. See the events page for information about the next meetings.
Meetings are at the Wildlife Trust Countryside Centre, see the directions and access page.
If you have ever wondered what lurks in the depths of a wildlife pond, what dwells in the long grasses of a wildflower meadow or what lives in the tree tops, then you can find out by joining the Great Fen Wildlife Watch Group.