Workshop: Hedgehog Surveying for Families
Howe Park WoodVarious dates available, click the Book Now button to see more
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The hedgehog is one of the fastest disappearing animals in the UK, with a third of the population being lost since 2000. They are declining rapidly in the countryside, so the urban parks and gardens of Milton Keynes are of increasing importance to these animals.
Join us on Monday 30th May 2022 to create a hedgehog survey tunnel, find out about MKHogwatch and how to encourage hedgehogs into your garden and discover what else we do can do to help this important native species.
This session is suitable for all family groups who want to help make a difference by helping their local spikey friends. Aimed at families with children of 8-12 years. A family ticket is for one adult and up to two children and will include the making of one hedgehog tunnel. You will then be able to take the hedgehog tunnel home to carry out a survey if you would like.
This session is taking place at Howe Park Wood Education Centre, Chaffron Way, opposite Westcroft District Centre. MK4 3GG.