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Wakehurst’s NEW Nature Heroes Programme

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Every half term and school holiday, young adventurers will have the opportunity to become a planet-saving Nature Superhero.

Wakehurst, Kew’s wild botanic garden in Sussex has launched a brand-new family programme to inspire budding young adventurers in its spectacular 535-acre biodiverse site. During half term, Easter and Summer holidays children can join Wakehurst’s Nature Heroes, a fun superhero squad with an exciting nature-saving mission.

Launching this February half term young superheroes will be able to embark on an exciting adventure every school holiday and have the option to wear their very own superhero cape, which can be purchased on line or at the visitor centre.  This February children can take part in the amazing Bird Buddy Badge, a super fun interactive trail to discover different bird species and their habits. Children will also be able to create a bird feeder and take part in a fun birdsong workshop. On the 16th and 17th of February visitors can watch a mesmerising birds of prey flying display from Huxley’s Birds of Prey Centre.

The mission encourages young explorers to get hands on and protect the environment, discover a whole new world of plants, wildlife and fungi with the chance to earn a badge. With each return visit children can build on their achievements adding a new badge to their cape.

Further Information: Wakehurst | Kew