Wandlebury Wildlife

25 Mar 201811:00am - 3:30pmFree event - donations welcome
Wandlebury Country ParkConservationEducation and learningFamilyNature

Enjoy a day of discovery at Wandlebury Country Park as part of the Cambridge University Science Festival. All welcome.

Join us and local conservation organisations for fun activities and fascinating displays. We’ll be looking into the amazing senses of bats, birds, amphibians, reptiles, invertebrates and even plants. Test your own senses as we get out and explore the woods and grasslands on a sense adventure.

There will be an observation honeybee hive, small mammal and moth live trapping, pond life investigations, scavenger hunts, children’s craft activities, guided tours and much more!

All children must remain accompanied by an adult.

This event is free and there is no need to book. Donations to support the charity’s environmental education programme are greatly appreciated.


science day        

This event is at
Wandlebury Country Park

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