With autumn in the air and the leaves a blaze of colour, it's a brilliant time of year for children to get outside and learn about the nature on our doorstep. Thanks to funding by the People's Postcode Lottery we are delighted to announce the launch of a brand new project; Celebrating Nature with Schools.
We are excited to offer P5-P7 pupils in Perth and Kinross, Fife, Dundee and Angus the opportunity to join us on an outdoor learning adventure in beautiful locations around the Tay Estuary. Join us in learning about the return of the magnificent white-tailed eagles, explore your animal senses and discover the amazing local wildlife.
Pupils will get to explore first-hand the habitat of the white tailed eagles and learn about its life cycle; from pair bonding and nest building, to raising chicks, hunting and fledging. There will also be a chance to use the radio tracking equipment that RSPB Scotland staff and volunteers use to monitor the birds.
Activities will be fun, interactive and designed to engage pupils’ head, heart and hands in learning about these fantastic birds and the other wildlife that shares their world. There’s no better way to connect to nature than to learn about it in its natural habitat outdoors, so come join us!
What’s on offer?
Workshops are on offer year round and will be 2-3 hours long depending on location. Free transport will be on a first come first served basis. So book early to avoid disappointment!
Book your FREE session today or get in touch with Community Outreach Officer Sara (Raz) Rasmussen to find out more; Tel: 01738 630783, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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