Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Mini-beast safari at Wandlebury

Today, in the rain, the girls and I cycled to Wandlebury for one of their summer holiday ranger led sessions (pre-bookable and cost £6.50 per child). They enjoyed pond-dipping, where tadpoles, a newt, snails, whirly-gig beetles and black fly lava where amongst the finds; woodland hunting where we looked under logs and amongst leaf litter to find various beetles, spiders, centipedes etc; ending with a quick swoop amongst the grassland (although it was a bit cold and damp to find much!)

The girls had a good time, although E was little bored at the end!

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