Turnstones - Grimsby & Cleethorpes Wildlife Watch Group
Wildlife Watch club is a junior section of the Wildlife Trusts. It aims to encourage young people to discover and enjoy wildlife and help protect it. Turnstones is the urban Grimsby Group.
The Turnstones Group meet at various venues on the first Saturday of each month, depending on the activity. There is a varied programme, for youngsters of 5 years to 13 years, who are interested in nature:
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Turnstones Event Days.
Usual meeting time is 10 am.
Bird ringing. Creating a nature stick.
Exploring Far Ings National Nature Reserve.
Beach clean up with Beach Care OFFICER. Attracting reptiles in the dunes with Rachel.
Venue: Cleethorpes Boating Lake.
Wildflower spotting and collecting for preserving and recording.
Venue: Bradley Woods.
Venue: Exploring Pelham’s Pillar Wood.
Venue: Wold Newton.
Making Bat boxes and making Owl boxes.
Venue: St. Andrew’s Hospice.
Venue: To be decided.
Geology walk and talk.
Venue: Irby Dales.
Venue: Humberston Country Park.