Wildlife Watch organises free and fun activities for the Trust’s younger members, all year round
Get active, pull on your wellies and...
- become a nature detective
- take part in a wildlife treasure hunt
- go rockpooling and river dipping
- find out how look for bats in the dark
- look for rare flowers and wildlife on our meadow walks
- learn to build your own bird feeders and nest boxes
- get crafty making wildlife artworks
Check out our upcoming events
Look out for ‘Wildlife Watch’ events on our events calendar
Visit our Wildlife Watch website - enjoy games, puzzles and lots of wildlife stories
Join us - become a Wildlife Watch member
Members receive a badge, posters and a guide to wildlife watching. Wildlife Watch is part of our family membership
About Wildlife Watch events
The Trust’s Education Officer, Kath Smith, and Wildlife Watch volunteer, Alison Skyner, organise all events which, although aimed at everyone up to 16 years of age are open to all, young and old.
Events are usually free of charge, but donations to support our ongoing vital work are most welcome. Check individual event listings for notes about suitable clothing and any costs or materials needed.
Young people must be accompanied by parents or guardians who are prepared to take responsibility for their safety.
Working with schools & local community groups
The Trust is committed to providing an excellent education service to schools across the Island on a wide variety of national curriculum subjects from science and geography to maths and art.
We also work with local community groups such as cubs, scouts, rainbows and brownies to further encourage interest in wildlife and conservation.
For more information about Wildlife Watch and our education programme contact Kath by phone: (01624) 844432 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org