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Come along and join in with some of our best summer activities at RSPB Dungeness.

  • 1 Jun 2024
  • 10am to 4pm
  • Dungeness

Come along and join in with some of our best summer activities at RSPB Dungeness.

Free entry for all visitors on this day but donations towards our conservation work is always very welcome. There is no need to book as all the activities will be free to participate in too.

This is an event that is open to everyone. We will be putting on lots of activities for all to enjoy and they will be running at various times throughout the day:

  • Pond Dipping drop in session – Come along and find some amazing wildlife that lives beneath the surface! Will you be lucky enough to find dragonflies, nymphs, pond skaters, frogs or even one of our rarer species such as the great crested newt or medicinal leeches.
  • Wildflower ID Workshop – with a knowledgeable guide to teach you how to spot and identify wildflowers of all different varieties, explain their benefits to pollinators and the ecosystem and how to garden for wildlife effectively at home. (Times TBC)
  • Bumblebee Activities – led by volunteers and trainees from the Bumblebee Conservation Trust, who do many Bee survey around the reserve during the springs month. They will run an activity that showcases the amazing range of Bee species found here on the reserve.
  • Binocular and Telescope Demonstrations – get hands-on advice from our friendly, impartial team of experts and try from a range of high quality optical equipment. We can help you to find the perfect products that suit your needs and your budget. Running between 10-4pm.
  • Other activities will included mini beast hunting, nature based arts and crafts, raffle, plant sale and more.

All Activities will be up and running between 10am – 4pm with the main gate to the reserve closing at 5pm.

In partnership with Kent Coast Volunteering, we shall also be celebrating Volunteer Week which is the 1st -7th June. We will be showcasing all our volunteer opportunities during this event including:

  • Survey volunteers
  • Practical reserve volunteers
  • Visitor experience volunteers
  • Welcome volunteers
  • Retail volunteers
  • Trail volunteers
  • and more!

At the RSPB over 12,000 people volunteer to take action and save nature. By collaborating with them we are able to make a bigger, better impact for nature and the environment.

For more details on our available volunteer roles, click here.

So, for those interested in volunteering at RSPB Dungeness, wanting to experience the reserve or just looking for a fun day out, we look forward to seeing everyone on the 1st June.

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