Wildlife Safari

A tutorial for primary school children about some of the wildflowers that can be found growing in gardens, woods and hedgerows. Learn how to recognize new species as well as useful tools to identify and record them. We join Heritage in Schools Officer Albert Nolan on a wildlife safari, you can learn all about the wildflowers that can be found in your garden, local woods and hedgerows. Please remember the Leave No Trace principle of ‘Leave what you find’ so that others can enjoy the same beautiful flowers. Take photos of what you like and your memories but do not remove the wildflowers.

When you have watched the video, you can go on a nature Scavenger Hunt and discover the amazing world of insects. Print off this worksheet and fill in as you go.

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