26
Feb
2020

One for the kids: Identifying trees in Winter

Our staff and volunteers at Wild Tots have been finding it really useful to learn about how a tree looks in Winter, which can be tricky when you don’t have the leaves to help you! Trees have lots of other clues when it comes to identifying them during the colder months. Find out what to […]

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17
Feb
2020

What to wear in the woods for Wild Tots!

As the weather gets chilly and we head back to the woods for Wild Tots, we’ve been thinking about what to dress your little ones in when adventuring outside. Merino thermals help a lot, my little one feels super cosy in hers. Then nice thick warm wool socks and if possible some neoprene lined wellies […]

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10
Feb
2020

What’s On: March

All of our events take place in beautiful woodland at Grammarcombe Woods, Ashcombe Estate, near Exeter and we run many different events throughout the year for families with kids of all ages. We’ve got lots of fun happening in camp during March, including our Grammarcombe at Night event where you can spend the evening bat watching with […]

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05
Feb
2020

One for the kids: How to make a Butterfly Feeding Table

Winter can be a dreary time for butterfly enthusiasts. Most butterflies spend the winter months tucked away in an immature life stage – egg, larva, or perhaps pupa. But there are a few species, including Brimstone, Peacock, Painted Lady, Small Tortoiseshell and Comma, that diapause as adults during the winter months, waiting for the first days of spring to mate. […]

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