Children of all ages have the chance to make some wild discoveries at Wild Place Project this half-term.
Every visitor will be given a discovery handbook to help them search for six mystery footprints in the nature playground of Webb’s Brake.
These will have been secretly made by different animals ranging from a red fox to a European hedgehog.
The wild detectives will have to work out which footprint belongs to which animal using their handbooks.
Nigel Simpson, operations manager at Wild Place Project, said: “Everyone loves wandering through the woods of Wild Place Project and Wild Discoveries gives them something extra to look for and find. It’s going to be great fun for all the family.”
Wild Discoveries runs at the wildlife attraction from Saturday February 16 until Sunday March 3.
As well as Wild Discoveries there is the chance to get up close and personal with native and exotic animals from around the world including giraffe, gelada baboons, zebra, cheetah and okapi.
Visitors can explore nature on the Barefoot Trail – an opportunity to walk across an array of natural surfaces including pebbles, bark, soil and mud.
And if it starts to rain there is the Fun Fort - an undercover playground for children to climb, slide and scramble.