Living with Nature at Hever Castle

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18th Feb 2018
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Living with Nature

Saturday 10 – Sunday 18 February 2018

Discover more about conservation and local wildlife as part of Hever Castle’s February half-term event, Living with Nature.

LOCATION:  Hever Castle & Gardens, Hever, Edenbridge, Kent, TN8 7NG

Following on from the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch (27 – 29 January) and the Big School’s Birdwatch (2 January to 23 February) families and individuals are invited to visit the historic castle in Kent between 10 – 18 February to enjoy ‘Living with Nature’ aimed at school aged children.

Find out how to create habitats and encourage wildlife into your garden and join the RSPB workshop.

Join RSPB volunteers on a stroll around the grounds to learn about natural and manmade habitats or take a self-guided ‘Wildlife Detective’ walk to investigate animal footprints and tracks.  In the Castle, learn about nature throughout history from how fur was used to keep warm to which birds belong to the Queen.

Encourage creepy crawlies into your garden by building a bug hotel* (*additional charge) or buy a bag of bird food (50p per bag) and feed the birds and ducks.

Entry prices to Hever Castle apply.

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