Parc Slip and The Welsh Wildlife Centre in the New Year

Dust off your wellies this New Year and make a resolution you will enjoy keeping! Parc Slip’s Visitor Centre will be open as normal from New Years Day onwards, serving its delicious winter menu and a selection of hot beverages to keep you warm this season.

Blackbird at Parc Slip by Vaughn Matthews

Blackbird at Parc Slip by Vaughn Matthews

Get stuck into a wild adventure to start your year with something exciting! Join us for a bird walk on the 12th of January, wandering the beautiful nature reserve of Parc Slip with our experts, along with fellow birders. Be on the lookout for winter birds such as Snipe and Bittern! Parc Slip will also be hosting a Wood Carving Craft Weekend on 23rd and 24th January where demonstrations will be taking place to celebrate St Dwynwen’s Day. Everyone is welcome, come along and learn the art of Love Spoons or gaze upon some unique walking poles.

The Welsh Wildlife Centre will also be open from New Years Day onwards and hosting an array of exciting wild events. Join us on the 6th January with Patrick Beaumont, Explorer and Photographer, as he shares some of his wildlife adventures. There will also be a diverse range of events for February Half Term including bird feeder crafts, willow butterfly making and guided walks. Be wild and try your luck at our craft dip or make a wildlife candle!

Or for all those young budding environmentalists our Wildlife Watch Clubs are the place to be. Taking place at both Parc Slip and The Welsh Wildlife Centre, they give you the opportunity to adventure into the depths of the reserve to discover incredible wildlife and learn about exciting conservation topics.
Check out all our 2016 events.