Nature is in trouble and you can help by joining one our Family Learning Days
This year we are running some new wildlife courses which have been designed to help families learn about wildlife together.
Family Learning Days are courses of a shorter duration with a specific learning outcome that will help families to explore nature and conservation topics together.
They will be of approximately 2 to 3 hours in duration and will help us to spread the story of Kent Wildlife Trust to more people.
Sunday 15th July 2018, 10am til 12noon: A view fit for a queen guided walk
Explore the different kinds of nature on a 2-mile walk on this lovely reserve, including areas that are usually closed to the public.
This event is being run as part of a series of events and activities to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Kent Downs AONB and the 40th Anniversary of the North Downs Way.
For more information visit www.kentdowns.org.uk
Course leader: Alison Ruyter West Kent Reserves Warden
Venue: Queendown Warren Nature Reserve
Cost: This event is free as it is part of a funded project, Booking essential
Thursday 2nd August, 5 – 7 pm: Family Birdwatching Evening
Come and watch water birds with the whole family in this wetland habitat. An enjoyable evening for the family watching water birds at this globally important wetland. Experienced birdwatchers will be on hand to assist you and provide helpful advice. Have a go at using a high powered telescope.