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Wildlife Watch Group

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Wildlife Watch Group 

Wildlife Watch is an exciting opportunity to get face to face with nature at our sessions for primary aged children and their families.

Come and join them for activities exploring the reserve here at Ramsey Heights, from planting native species in our sensory garden to making habitats for all sorts of residents and everything in-between. Each session is packed full of activities to connect with natural world and create a sense of responsibility and respect for the great outdoors. Be prepared to get mucky and learn something new!

We meet on a Saturday, once per season, 10am - 12.30pm, at the Wildlife Trust Countryside Centre, Ramsey Heights, PE26 2RS.  We occasionally venture off to other sites too! 

Members will be out and about in all weathers so we remind families to dress appropriately. Please bring your own refreshments.

Wildlife Watch Group

Photo credit : Barbara Cracknell - Wildlife Watch Group

With our great team of experienced, friendly and enthusiastic team of volunteer leaders, fun is guaranteed. Our members really respond to learning outdoors in a fun and interactive way while having the opportunity to make new friends and meeting up every month with old ones. 

You can find out more about Great Fen Wildlife Watch by e-mailing info@greatfen.org.uk 

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Children from Dulverton School do kick sampling, invertebrate identification, and release salmon fry in the River Haddeo, with Westcountry Rivers Trust (WRT) warden John Hickey. Bury, Exmoor National Park, Somerset, UK. May 2012. - Ross Hoddinott/2020VISION