Water wings

7th May 2004 at 01:00
Teachers and children can now enjoy free visits to the Wildfowl amp; Wetlands Trust at its 650-acre Arundel centre in West Sussex.

Founded by Sir Peter Scott nearly 60 years ago, the Trust is dedicated to preserving wetlands for wildlife. Free pre-booked visits for schools are intended to encourage children to use the centre's outdoor classroom and learn how a thrilling range of wild birds are adapted to their natural habitat. For a free school visit to Arundel Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre, contact Astrid Krumins, learning manager.

Tel: 01903 883355


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