Go Batty for Halloween!

Thursday, October 31st 2013

Families visiting the reserve today found lots of spooky nature themed arts and crafts activities to enjoy.  Grace was happy to show off her decorated pumpkin biscuit briefly, before eating it!

The families enjoyed making origami bats as they were learning about these fascinating nocturnal creatures.

Displays were set up for the children to find out more about the lives of the creatures they were making, as well as the pumpkins and Halloween decorations.

Thank you to everyone who helped us out with this event, setting up the Field Centre and leading activities this morning.

(0) Comments:

There are no comments for this blog post yet. Why not start the discussion? - use the form below:

Commenting is not available in this section entry.

Back to Top

Recent Blog Posts:

Officially Spring!

Posted 21st March 2018

Not only is it the Met Office spring it is also the spring equinox spring!  So before setting out for our walk we wrapped up…

Read More

Tree Thinning Completed

Posted 20th March 2018

Work on thinning one are of young woodland has been completed today with four volunteers working to reduce the competition from Birch, Bramble and Gorse…

Read More

The Effects of Snow and Ice

Posted 19th March 2018

The second spell of cold weather is now gradually passing, the thin layer of snow is melting and things are warming up.  Lark and Taurus…

Read More

Birds with a Twist

Posted 18th March 2018

Last week I mentioned going shopping for our fund raising over Easter.  I can now give more details.  There are three owls that need a…

Read More

Sitemap | Accessibility Policy | Privacy Policy | Terms & Conditions |