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Group news and diary

Wildlife Watch: Autumn Animals 4.11.17

Come along to Wildlife Watch at Staunton Country Park and Farm for our 'Autumn Animals' session from 10am-12pm. Meet outside reception.

We will be looking for signs of wildlife living in the garden, playing games, and making homes to help wildlife using craft and natural materials.

Remember wellies & waterproofs!

Please email: havantwildlifewatch@gmail.com if you can join us.

Liz, June & Caroline.

Havant wildlife watch

www.wildlifewatch.org.uk

Wild art 14.10.17

Come and explore Staunton Country Park with us this Saturday and see what we can find and create.

We will discover the Autumn bounty in the park, look for the changing colours and the patterns of leaves, gather up some materials, make a conker game and share some inspiration to create some natural land art together.

Meet 10 am Staunton Country Park Farm outside the farm reception area. We will not be at the hut but will cross over to the park / lake side.

Remember wellies, waterproofs, and please bring a camera and some cardboard tubes if you can!

Bird Trail Sunday 24.09.17 Blashford Lakes

Meet by the tern hide at Blashford Lakes Nature Reserve between 9am and 9.40 to register for the bird trail for a 10am start. The event will finish at 2pm.

Please park at the main nature reserve car park near tern hide, not at the centre. The event and car parking will be signed on the day.

Ellingham Drove, Ringwood, Hampshire, BH24 3PJ

Wildlife Watch Nature walk Sat 20th May at Staunton

Join us on Saturday 20th May for a nature walk, looking at clues and signs of wildlife in Staunton Country Park. We will meet at 10am as usual outside the reception area at Staunton Farm before crossing over the road to explore some different areas around the country park. We will use all our senses to notice the natural environment around us and find clues and signs of the wildlife living there.

There will be time for the children (and parents!) to record the things they find or notice so please bring a camera, nature journal, maybe even a few art materials (e.g. a small water colour set, pencils) if you have them.

Please let us know if you can join us.

Hope to see you there.

Liz, June and Caroline.

Havant Wildlife Watch
havantwildlifewatch@gmail.com
www.wildlifewatch.org.uk

Pond dipping at Staunton 29th April

Dear Wildlife Watchers,

Join us this Saturday 29th April for pond dipping at Staunton.

We will also have a special guest at this session to help us identify the creatures we find. Previous years we have been very excited to see lots of newts in the pond. There will also be other activities to help learn more about pond life.

Meet 10 am outside the visitor centre as usual and we will go across to the nature garden and pond together.

Please email havantwildlifewatch@gmail.com if you are planning to come along to give us an idea of numbers and ages of children.

Hope to see you there!

Liz, June and Caroline.

Havant Wildlife Watch
www.wildlifewatch.org.uk
Email: havantwildlifewatch@gmail.com

Future dates for your diary:

29th April: Pond dipping

Sat 20th May: Nature walk: clues and signs..

Sat 1st July: Beach session, Hayling Island. Time and place TBC

early September - possible bat walk - watch this space!

Sun 23rd September - Bird Trail - Blashford Lakes

Sat 14th October - Wild Art and natural dyes

Sat 4th November - Autumn animals

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