There is still time for people to book places for the final two, popular Kids Go Wild events this August, organised by East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s countryside access team.
Enjoy Flying Feathers, which comes to Beverley Parks Local Nature Reserve (HU17 0RN) on Tuesday, 23 August and has time slots at 10am, 11am, 1pm or 2pm.
The event, which is suitable for children (with a £2.50 cost) with adults accompanying (who go for free), is a great chance to spot and identify birds that visit the nature reserve to make it their home.
It is an introduction to how to watch birds and what you can do to help them, with a chance to make a crafty bird or garden feeder to take home.
To cap off a summer of Kids Go Wild adventures, the Wacky Wildlife with Rusticus event, on Friday, 26 August (at 11am, 12.30pm or 2pm) is for those who would like to explore the reserve with three entertaining, larger-than-life characters. Come along and meet wily woodpecker, ditzy dragonfly or barmy badger and take part in some seriously silly activities with them. There is also a special chance to take the perfect photo with them too.
The event – which includes multiple performances – takes place at Humber Bridge Country Park Local Nature Reserve (meeting at the Hessle Foreshore entrance next to the Black Mill car park) and is suitable for children (with a £2.50 cost) accompanied by adults (who go for free).