FAMILIES are invited to come along to Natural England’s Wash National Nature Reserve to discover nature.
The activity on Tuesday, August 26 involves going on a gentle stroll on the Wash National Nature Reserve while looking out for Marsh Harriers finishing off with an opportunity to make your own Marsh Harrier kite.
Marsh Harriers will begin at 11.30am and participants will meet at the Wash National Nature Reserve, by the East Lighthouse (Sir Peter Scott lighthouse), near Sutton Bridge.
Natural England’s Community Outreach Adviser Sonia Reveley for the Wash National Nature Reserve said: Our reserve is home to a wide range of living things. These events are a great opportunity to introduce young people to nature.”
There is a no charge per participant for the event and booking is recommended, contact Sonia Reveley on 01553-818503 or 07920-295237.
The event is designed to show children of all ages the beauty of wildlife and enable families to find out more about species on their doorstep. All equipment will be provided at the events and children must be accompanied by an adult.
For further information, visit Natural England’s reserve events finder http://www.naturalengland.org.uk/regions/east_of_england/