Saturday 15th July
Due to popular demand, Birdworld will be running an additional Brownie Badge Day for Brownie Groups on Saturday 15th July! The event, which is new for 2017 will be packed full of fun and offer all attending Brownies the chance to work towards a number of different badges throughout the day. Whilst exploring Birdworld, the girls will be given the chance to learn interesting facts and attend fascinating talks about topics such as conservation work, endangered species, animal care and of course the amazing birds, underwater life and farm animals that live within Birdworld’s 26-acre park.
For the day, we will provide a brand new ‘Scrapbook Trail’ only available to Brownies, which will encourage the girls to find out about some of the animals that live at Birdworld, including a range of threatened species in the park. The Birdworld Education team will also make a special presentation available during the day in our Discovery Theatre.
Additionally, down at the Jenny Wren Farm the team will be talking about domestic pets and their care!
Early booking strongly recommended!
Please note, Birdworld does not provide badges.
For more information about the different Brownie badges, click here
Booking & enquiries: contact our bookings office on 01420 22992 (9am – 6pm) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a pre-book only event, open to Brownie Groups.
Brownies: £6.95 each with 1 free adult for every 5 paying children Additional Adults: £7.95
This special programme is only available on the dates/times shown. For more information about children’s group visits, see here.
Programme of Events
Sunday 15th July 2017
Friend to Animals Scrapbook Trail
Exclusive to Brownie groups, this trail will encourage the Brownies to seek out and learn about a range of species in the park and their conservation status.
Keep hold of your scrapbooks and fill in the information as your make your way through the park!
Exact timetable and programme may deviate
10.00am: Arrival and exploration of the Park
Take this time to explore the park and start to fill in the Friends to Animals Scrapbook Trail.
11.30am: Discovery Theatre Workshop
This workshop offers the opportunity for the Brownies to meet a range of birds, mammals and reptiles. They will be encouraged to think about habitats, diets, camouflage and adaptions to surviving in different environments
12pm – 1pm: Lunch Break
You will find many picnic benches situated within the park which you are welcome to use. Please refer to your Birdworld Map for more information. Drinks and snacks can be purchased from the main restaurant, Safari Snacks Kiosk and Link and Farm Kiosks.
1pm-2.30pm: Wildlife Garden and Safari Lawn
Use this time to visit our Wildlife Garden to make your own bird feeder and take part in some leaf/bark rubbing. On the Safari Lawn we’re also hosting our very own Birdworld challenge to identify different types of birds, butterflies and mammals that can be in your own back garden!
2.45pm – 3.15pm: Animal Encounter Session
This half hour session allows the Brownies to understand about caring for a pet such as a rabbit or a guinea pig. Topics will include basic husbandry such as diet, exercise, housing and health. The session will also allow for any specific questions the Brownies may have.
6pm – Park Closes
All of these sessions can help with working towards various badges including, Friend to Animals, Collector, Environment, Science Investigator and Wildlife Explorer!
Other Birdworld Events
Throughout the day Birdworld will also be hosting a number of daily talks and educational sessions. Although we ask for groups to attend the above Brownie specific sessions for the day, if you would like to include any of the below talks within the planning of your visit please feel free to attend.
11.00am – Penguin Feeding at Penguin Island
3.30pm – Penguin Feeding at Penguin Beach
4.00pm – The Owl Prowl at The Terry Pratchett Owl Parliament