Monday, 2 September 2013

Avon Wildlife Safari Day 46 - The last day of the holidays for some!

Big Habitat Hunt

If you are still stuck for ideas to make the most of this last day of the holidays then scroll through the blog for some inspiration. You could go ladybird spotting or make a woodland food web mobile., 'meet a tree' or build a sandcastle, identify butterflies or make some 'wild art'. There is so much you can do if you go outdoors and explore, you don't need a big garden or fields and woodlands (though they are nice), all you need is a bit of imagination and some space.

You could even make some 'creature features' to help the wildlife in your local area. Don't worry if you don't have a garden, you could always take them into schools and make your school grounds a great place for wildlife to live. If it's pouring with rain and blowing a gale and you really, really don't want to go outside then you could make a wildlife garden in your bedroom by creating lots of lovely pictures of your favourite animals. If you need some help then print out these colouring in sheets from Buglife to get you started.

Finally, I just wanted to finish this year's Avon Wildlife Safari with a heads up for the fantastic Feed Bristol Wild harvest free event on September 7th. This will be an opportunity to discover more about wildlife friendly food growing, with lots of family friendly activities and workshops, and a chance to enjoy the bumper harvest produced at this extremely popular community food growing project.

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