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May 2019

Shark Egg-case Hunt

Sat 11 May @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Crosby Leisure Centre, Mariners Road
Crosby, L23 6SX United Kingdom
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FREE

Searching for shark egg cases on Crosby Beach. Will also be looking at other marine life on the beach and learning about shells, etc. Meet at Crosby Leisure Centre Bring gloves FREE event

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Make an Insect Home

Sun 12 May @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Childwall Woods, Childwall Abbey Road
Liverpool, L16 0JE United Kingdom
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£6 – £11

Making an insect home or bee home from wood, sticks, bamboo etc. Design your own home from various shapes. Let your creativity flow. Also make one from leaves and branches for the woods. Learn how to help insects in your garden which in turn helps the birds and bats. We will paint houses to take home. Bee conservation lesson. Tasting local honey. Snack and drinks included. Family ticket: £11, £6 per child

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Bug Hunt – Mini Beast Sessions

Sat 25 May @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Childwall Woods, Childwall Abbey Road
Liverpool, L16 0JE United Kingdom
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£5 – £6

This session is fully booked Now the weather is becoming warmer, it's great time to get out and look for insects. What do we know about insects? What eats them? Where do they live? Remember – bugs are very tiny and are probably scared of you. So we will use special equipment to look at them closely. We follow a nature trail and identify as many insects as we can using id books and use different methods to survey insects.…

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May Half-Term Woodland Sessions (ages 4-7)

Mon 27 May @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Childwall Woods – Countisbury Drive entrance, Countisbury Drive
Liverpool, L16 0JJ United Kingdom
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£6 – £7

This session is fully booked Time to leave phones, and computer games alone, get some exercise and fresh air whilst learning and having fun. Each session has a foundation of environmental learning. This will included learning about trees, woodlands, bats animals etc. A nature detective trail Team building games Story telling 2 - 2.5 hour session based at Childwall Woods. Ages 4-7 Snacks and drinks included. For a pre-session registration form, please email: info@trees4kids.co.uk Please wear sturdy footwear and warm…

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May Half-Term Woodland Sessions (ages 4-7)

Thu 30 May @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Childwall Woods – Countisbury Drive entrance, Countisbury Drive
Liverpool, L16 0JJ United Kingdom
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£6 – £7

Time to leave phones, and computer games alone, get some exercise and fresh air whilst learning and having fun. Each session has a foundation of environmental learning. This will included learning about trees, woodlands, bats animals etc. A nature detective trail Team building games Story telling 2 - 2.5 hour session based at Childwall Woods. Ages 4-7 Snacks and drinks included. For a pre-session registration form, please email: info@trees4kids.co.uk Please wear sturdy footwear and warm clothes. Located in the woods…

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June 2019

Herbs, Wildflowers, Weeds and Wellbeing

Sun 23 June @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Childwall Woods, Childwall Abbey Road
Liverpool, L16 0JE United Kingdom
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£9

An introduction to foraging for wild plants that can be used in the treatment of common ailments. So many plants that are considered “weeds” can actually be used to create effective home remedies. Learning about the nutritional benefits of spring plants and how we can use them. We will also make our own fresh, herbal teas and elixir. 3 -3.5 hour workshop. Course taught by botanists and ecologists, with a background in herbal therapies. Through identifying, gathering and using these…

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July 2019

Butterfly Walk and Survey

Sun 21 July @ 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Childwall Woods – Countisbury Drive entrance, Countisbury Drive
Liverpool, L16 0JJ United Kingdom
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FREE

The big butterfly count is a nationwide survey aimed at helping us assess the health of our environment. It was launched in 2010 and has rapidly become the world's biggest survey of butterflies. Come along and learn how to identify species on the butterfly walk. Learn more about conservation of butterflies and how you can help. Restoring butterfly populations across the UK, in gardens, and the countryside, can bring huge benefits to innumerable other species but also to the health,…

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Butterfly Walk and Survey

Sun 28 July @ 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Childwall Woods – Countisbury Drive entrance, Countisbury Drive
Liverpool, L16 0JJ United Kingdom
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FREE

The big butterfly count is a nationwide survey aimed at helping us assess the health of our environment. It was launched in 2010 and has rapidly become the world's biggest survey of butterflies. Come along and learn how to identify species on the butterfly walk. Learn more about conservation of butterflies and how you can help. Restoring butterfly populations across the UK, in gardens, and the countryside, can bring huge benefits to innumerable other species but also to the health,…

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August 2019

Butterfly Walk and Survey

Sun 4 August @ 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Burbo Bank Car Park, Burbo Bank Car Park
Crosby, Sefton L23 8TB United Kingdom
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FREE

The big butterfly count is a nationwide survey aimed at helping us assess the health of our environment. It was launched in 2010 and has rapidly become the world's biggest survey of butterflies. Come along and learn how to identify species on the butterfly walk. Learn more about conservation of butterflies and how you can help. Restoring butterfly populations across the UK, in gardens, and the countryside, can bring huge benefits to innumerable other species but also to the health,…

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Butterfly Walk and Survey

Sun 11 August @ 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Burbo Bank Car Park, Burbo Bank Car Park
Crosby, Sefton L23 8TB United Kingdom
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FREE

The big butterfly count is a nationwide survey aimed at helping us assess the health of our environment. It was launched in 2010 and has rapidly become the world's biggest survey of butterflies. Come along and learn how to identify species on the butterfly walk. Learn more about conservation of butterflies and how you can help. Restoring butterfly populations across the UK, in gardens, and the countryside, can bring huge benefits to innumerable other species but also to the health,…

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