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Local Wildlife Watch Groups

Wildlife Watch is an exciting way for youngsters to explore their surroundings and share some nature moments with other wild children.

We have Watch groups throughout Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside, so if you are aged between 8 - 13 and are into bugs and slugs, frogs and logs, voles and moles, bees and trees or trails and snails, then come along!  Some groups are happy for younger ones to go along so long as they are accompanied by an adult, so please do check with us.

To find out more, simply contact the Watch leader for your nearest group from the list below.

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Cuerden Wildlife Watch Club

Meet on 2nd Sunday of the month, 2pm to 4pm.
Main contact: Liz Webley 07910 476274 and David Beattie 01772 324436
E: watch@lancswt.org.uk

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Bolton Seven Acres Swifts Watch Club

Meet on 2nd Sunday of the month, 10am to 12pm.
Main contact: Joanne Moore at swiftwatchgroup@hotmail.co.uk
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Heysham Hedgehogs Watch Group

Meet on the 2nd Saturday of the month, 10am to 12pm.
Main contact: Emma Garston: 01524 855030 or 07717 366812.

Click here to view the programme of events for 2018

Stockbridge Junior Rangers Watch Group, Liverpool

Meet fortnighlty on Saturday mornings.
Main contact: Maria Regan
E: RgnMch@hotmail.com

Longton Brickcroft Watch Group

Meet on one Sunday each month.
Main contact: Susan Banister on 01772 611497

Lytham Watch Group

Meets last Saturday of every month, 10.30am to 12pm
Main contact: Julie Norman. Email julie@parkview4u.org.uk or call 01253 741955

Mere Sands Wood Watch Club, Rufford

Meet on 1st Saturday of the month (except August), 2pm to 4pm.
Main contact: Sue Stephens on 01772 455008

Click here to view the 2018 Programme

Stanah Squirrels Watch Group, Thornton Cleveleys

Meet on 2nd Saturday of the month, 10am to 12pm.
Main contact: Duncan Byrne on 07989 579351

Tottington TWIGS Watch Group, near Bury

Usually meet the 2nd Saturday of the month, although it can vary!
Main contact: Alan Turner e: alanfrankturner@gmail.com or twigs.lancashire@yahoo.com

Click here to view the Facebook page.

Click here to view the 2018 programme

Wildlife Watch magazine

Our extra special magazine for family members

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Introduce your kids to nature

Did you know there is a Wildlife Watch magazine? Packed with fascinating wildlife facts and fun-packed activities, its pages will inspire the whole family to get closer nature.

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