About the event
Find out how you can make subtle changes in your garden can help wildlife thrive and attract wildlife in for you to enjoy.
In the delightful surroundings of the Trust’s Foxburrow Farm nature reserve, you will learn about the habitat requirements of different wildlife species most typical of gardens. Discover how planting, design, garden maintenance and the addition of nesting and wintering homes can aid survival.
Experienced wildlife tutor, Cathy Smith, Foxburrow Farm’s Learning Officer, will reveal the oft curious methods that animals employ in order to shelter and survive in the wild. Cathy will give you specific pointers on how you can help to make your own gardens a haven for wildlife, whatever their size.
After an enthralling morning of discovery, you will have the opportunity to put your newfound knowledge into practice by making a special wildlife home that you can take home with you.
Parents/carers pay the usual £30 price for an adult place and can bring their 11-16 year old with them for just £10 extra. When booking please ensure your email/contact address is correct as it will be used to send event joining instructions. If you do not receive these instructions after booking, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
If any of the courses you wish to attend are full or you cannot make the date, please let us know so that we can register your interest and let you know of opportunities planned for the future. You can contact us on: email@example.com or Tel: 01473 890 089.
If you’d like to purchase a Voucher for future courses for yourself or as a gift, you can do so via our online shop at www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org.
PriceParents/carers pay the usual £30 price for an adult place and can bring their 11-16 year old with them for just £10 extra.
Adult + Child place (2 people) = £40
Additional child place (max 1 per booking) = £10