Habitat Safari

Join us for an adventure your class will never forget! Why not try a sensory nature walk, experience pond dipping, bug hunting or enjoy a bird watch on the reserve? Inspire your children with a day of hands-on habitat discovery. Suitable for Key Stages 1 and 2 (Years 2-4).
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Exploring animal homes in the woodland. Who could live here?  Claire (BBOWT)  Photographer: Catherine Back

Exploring animal homes in the woodland. Claire (BBOWT) Photographer: Catherine Back

Exploring the meadow on a Sensory Nature Walk at College Lake. Claire (BBOWT)  Photographer: Helen Walsh

Exploring the meadow on a Sensory Nature Walk Photographer: Helen Walsh

Young explorers make an intrepid journey through the wild landscape of College Lake (Photo: Pond dipping by Jenny Fifield) http://www.bbowt.org.uk/blog/bbowtblog/2013/02/05/young-explorers-make-intrepid-journey-through-wild-landscape-college-lake

Young explorers make an intrepid journey through the wild landscape of College Lake

Using our sense of smell. Catherine (BBOWT) Photographer:Mr Monir Ali

Using our sense of smell.

Claire helps some nature detectives figure out which herbs should go in their smelly potions. (Photographer- Mr Monir Ali)

Claire helps some nature detectives figure out which herbs should go in their smelly potions.

Pond dipping at College Lake. Catherine (BBOWT) Photo from Haddenham St Marys School.

Pond dipping at College Lake. Catherine (BBOWT) Photo from Haddenham St Marys School.

Our fantastic pond- don't be deceived by its size- it holds so much life! Catherine (BBOWT) Photo from Haddenham St Marys School.

Our fantastic pond- don't be deceived by its size- it holds so much life! Catherine (BBOWT) Photo from Haddenham St Marys School.

A really special close newt encounter. Photo from Haddenham St Marys School.

A really special close newt encounter. Photo from Haddenham St Marys School.

Thinking about what creatures need to survive whilst we get creative and build tiny habitats! Photographer: Catherine (BBOWT)

Thinking about what creatures need to survive whilst we get creative and build tiny habitats! Photographer: Catherine (BBOWT)

Displaying evidence from our Nature Detective Training. Catherine (BBOWT)

Displaying evidence from our Nature Detective Training.

Check out some of the things Hammond Academy found... Catherine (BBOWT)

Check out some of the things Hammond Academy found.

Hammond Academy were such fab nature detectives this October '15, just look how much they found in the woods! Catherine (BBOWT)

Hammond Academy were such fab nature detectives this October just look how much they found in the woods!

Pond explorers. (Photographer: Mr Monir Ali)

Pond explorers. (Photographer: Mr Monir Ali)

Poo is a great clue :) (Photographer: Mr Monir Ali)

Poo is a great clue :) (Photographer: Mr Monir Ali)

Talking about the nature clues we spotted. (Photographer: Mr Monir Ali)

Talking about the nature clues we spotted.

Check out this badger's jaw bone! (Photographer: Mr Monir Ali)

Check out this badger's jaw bone!

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