Carymoor Environmental Trust launches new nature club
A conservation charity in Castle Cary is on the lookout for the next David Attenborough.
Carymoor Environmental Trust provides environmental education for people of all ages.
Based at Dimmer, the charity is launching a new club for children between the ages of 10 and 16 who are wild about nature. The Future Field Naturalists Club will run at Carymoor one Saturday afternoon a month.
To launch the club, a taster session will be held on Saturday, February 16, from 2pm until 4pm, with a range of hands-on activities on offer.
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Julia Percy, education officer of Carymoor Environmental Trust, said: "Our nature reserve has a wide range of wildlife habitats just waiting to be explored.
"We hope to encourage budding naturalists to find out more about local wildlife and its conservation through practical activities such as making bird nest boxes, dissecting owl pellets, identifying tracks and trails and coppicing trees."
The centre welcomes a number of local schools throughout the year. For more information, contact 01963 350143.