Our new TrinityLearning Wildlife Safari Walks give children and parents the opportunity to investigate nature in their local areas.
To create our first Wildlife Safari Walk, Taz Round, TrinityLearning’s Workshop Leader, went to explore the wide variety of trees, leaves, flowers, insects and wild-life in Albert Park in Abingdon. Taking photos as she went round and plotting these onto a map with additional information about each photo, we were able to create a Wildlife Safari Walk for the park which families can follow.
Taz explains, “We hope that families will be able to walk, talk and have fun spotting the different aspects of nature in their local area whilst being out in the fresh air”.
Creating Wildlife Safari Walks is an activity that we hope Trinity Learning volunteers can get involved in by taking photographs in order as they walk round other local areas, suggesting good areas for us to walk or sending us lists of birds or other wildlife spotted in local areas.
You can take a look at our Albert Park Wildlife Safari Walk here.
Meanwhile, if you have suggestions or ideas for other local Wildlife Safari Walks, we would love to hear from you via firstname.lastname@example.org