Local wildlife day – part of the Cambridge Science Festival

26 Mar 201711am to 3.30pmFree event - donations gratefully received
Wandlebury Country ParkChildren's eventConservationEducation and learningFamilyNature

As part of the Cambridge Science Festival, this free, fun day out gives the whole family the chance to go wild and make amazing discoveries about our wonderful local wildlife. Meet a live barn owl and learn about our local owls with an expert from the Hawk and Owl Trust. Chat with members of the Cambridgeshire Mammal Group and meet some of an owl’s potential prey. Dissect owl pellets to see exactly what they have eaten recently. Study our local amphibians with members of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Amphibian and Reptile Group. Then go on a scavenger hunt around the park!

Free, drop in event in the Stable Rooms. All welcome. No need to book.

Children must remain accompanied.

Standard parking charges apply – Members free, non-members £3.

This event is at
Wandlebury Country Park

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