Join Your Local Watch Group

Watching Tadpoles – Emma Bradshaw

Why not join a Wildlife Watch group

Are you bored with computer games and TV?  Do you want to know more about wildlife and nature? Do you want to be part of a club where you can go mini-beast hunting, play environmental games, campaign for wildlife and visit nature reserves. Then joining a Wildlife Watch group could be for you!

Watch groups are for children aged between eight and twelve years old and their families. All groups operate within a monitored framework of child welfare and safety and all Watch leaders undergo a thorough recruitment process to check their suitability to work with young people.

Watch groups in south and west Wales

Wildlife Watch c T.Marshall

Wildlife Watch c T.Marshall

Parc Slip Watch Group

Meetings once a month at Parc Slip Visitor Centre, Fountain Road, Tondu, Bridgend, CF32 0EH.

Cost per child per session : £2

For more information about the group, please contact the Watch leaders at the Wildlife Trust on 01656 724100 or info@welshwildlife.org

Also see family events!

Welsh Wildlife Centre Watch Group

A chance to meet the leaders and take part in some wildlife activities!

Parents will need to bring children to the meeting, in order to register them!

Cost per session per child : £2

Meetings are held on the third Saturday of the month from 10:30 – 12:30 in Ysgol Natur, Welsh Wildlife Centre, Cilgerran, Cardigan. SA43 2TB. For more information about the group, please contact 01239 621212 or email Nia  n.stephens@welshwildlife.org