What a day! Kings Weston was teeming with enthusiastic students today as part of our schools day.
We had a variety of activities – such as bird ringing, pond-dipping, invertebrate hunts, looking for badger setts and investigating a wildflower meadow.
Everyone had a great time and by the time the students left we had identified at least 160 species of flora and fauna.
Big thanks to all school groups for really throwing themselves into the day.
This evening naturalists will be prowling around to see what else they can find – I can’t wait to find out the results of the bat and moth walks.