Wildlife Watch

Child with magnifying glass (c) E BradshawChild with magnifying glass (c) E Bradshaw

If your kids are wild about wildlife - find out more here about what we have available for them.

Wildlife Watch - Junior Membership

Wildlife Watch is the junior section of Ulster Wildlife. Children can join as individual members or as part of a family group and will receive the excellent wildlife watch magazine, posters, stickers and much more! They will also be eligible to become a nature star by participating in our awards scheme. Find out more about how to join

Things to do at home - For games and downloads have a look at Wildlife Watch - fun activities for you to do at home!

Wildlife Watch Groups

Our local Wildlife Watch Groups are a great way for children aged 8 and over to nature their interest in nature and have lots of fun too. Run by registered adult leaders, groups get together on a monthly basis to take part in a range of wildlife-inspired activities such as pond dipping, minibeast hunts, arts & crafts and environmental games. Our current groups include:

Lisburn Wildlife Watch
Meets 3rd Wednesday of every month at 6.30pm at Knockmore Primary School, Lisburn. 

Bloomfield Wildlife Watch
Meets 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6pm at the Bowling Green Clubhouse, Orangefield Park 

Winter - Spring 2017 Bloomfield Programme

Newcomers are always welcome to our Wildlife Watch Groups. To find out more and to register, please get in touch with Vickie Chambers on 028 9046 3108 or email watch@ulsterwildlife.org

Wildlife Watch Leaders

Wildlife Watch groups are run entirely by volunteers who have a passion for wildlife which they want to share with the next generation. We are always keen to get new Wildlife Watch Leaders for existing or new Wildlife Watch Groups. So if you are a nature nut who enjoys working with young people and you want to help make a difference to local wildlife, please contact us. 

Contact

For more information contact us on 028 9046 3108 or email watch@ulsterwildlife.org