There are 47 Wildlife Trusts covering the UK (and the Isle of Man and Alderney too). Use the map or the links below to find out more about the Wildlife Trust in your area and get involved with events, activities and Watch groups.
We meet on the second Saturday of the month at:
Far Ings Education & Visitor Centre,
Far Ings Road, Barton upon Humber.
Each session runs from 1.00pm - 3.00 pm
(unless otherwise stated) and places must be booked for each session by the preceding Wednesday.
Each session costs £1.00
Please contact us at:
A Plan to Hatch
With spring arriving come and find out all about nests, eggs and newly hatched chicks. With special recipes for feeding those hard working parent birds.
April 13th Evening session 7-9pm!
A Bit Batty!
Join us to catch up with our nocturnal friends after their long winters sleep and find out more about our furry
flyers. Special detectors provided for our evening bat walk.
What’s in the water?
Pond dipping with a difference. From microscopic marvels to tiny tadpoles, what’s lurking in the ponds this year?
Don’t Bug Me!
With our butterfly garden now a year old lets see how many mini-beasts we’ve attracted. With top tips for your own garden.
July 13th Members Day out. Whisby Bioblitz
We’re heading to Whisby Nature Park to join in their Bioblitz! More information nearer the time.
Mud and Marine Magic
In celebration of National Marine Week we’ll be making shoals of sea creatures and investigating amazing mud!
With Autumn just around the corner join us to take a closer look at nuts, seeds and bountiful berries.
This year we’ll be looking more closely at the world of hibernation and finding
winter refuges for our wildlife. With insect hibernation homes to make too!
Model your very own brand new species of animal out of clay. These will be dried and fired in the Far Ings kiln ready for decorating at the Christmas Party
As well as seasonal games and food we’ll be decoration our crazy ceramic creatures ready for that special Christmas gift.
We hope you like the look of these really wild activities we've put together!
It costs £1 to come along, but please do book first. To find out more contact Emma on
e-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
No unaccompanied children, please
March 10th 10-12.30pm
The Grand Launch!
Come along to find out more about the new Far Ings Watch Group. With games, fun activities and wildlife ‘stuff’ to make and take home .
FREE and open to everyone!
Help build our new wildlife garden area, with lots of tips and advice on how you can better your garden for wildlife too.
All things aquatic! What amphibians and invertebrates are lurking under the surface of Far Ings’ ponds?
A brand new way to survey. What interesting and sometimes rare wildflowers can be found?
Make your own ‘pooter’- the very best kit to hunt for the mini-est of minibeasts . We’ll then test them out on the reserve to see what we can find.
Things that go Bump in the Night
Mice, shrews, voles and moles—what small mammals come out at night and who’s been eating them? Special traps and equipment used.
What clues and signs can be found to track down some of Far Ings most
Hibernation homes and Spooky spiders
As gardens and wild spaces shut down for the winter we will be making hibernation homes and investigating the spooky world of spiders.
November 10th 9.30-2.30pm approx
That Seals the Deal!
We’re off to see the seals at Donna Nook !
Make sure you bring a packed lunch,
camera and your winter woollies!
Extra charges apply for transport costs.
Make your very own wildlife party mask, prepare your wildlife party food and come prepared for quizzes, games and lots more!!
Come to the Far Ings Visitor Centre on Saturday 10th March from 10am to 12.30pm to have a go at lots of REALLY WILD activities to launch our new group, based at Far Ings.
We will be looking at the contents of owl pellets, investigating pond life and all sorts!
Each arrival will be given a copy of a word search for you to complete either during the morning or when you get home. The first correct entry pulled out of the hat by friday 30th March will win a super "Don't bug me - I'm Wildlife Watching" T shirt signed by Nick Baker! (see photo on main Lincolnshire page).
Contact Emma Wilmott on 01652 637055 or email@example.com to find out more.