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Winter Wildlife Detective

Marble Arch Caves, 43 Marlbank Road, Florencecourt, County Fermanagh, BT92 1EW
Winter Wildlife Detective

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Meet your activity guide who will take you on an Animal Seek and Find Adventure, your children will discover what interesting native animals live in the landscape surrounding the Marble Arch Caves. Your activity guide will explain the characteristics of each animal, their personality and why they call this woodland their home. Led by your guide you will then be taken on an adventure into the woodland where you will visit the Mini-Beast Camp, here you will undertake a mini-beast scavenger hunt, finding creepy crawlies and learning more about the unique insects that live in these woods.

Your young explorers will then have the opportunity to continue along the woodland trail to see what wildlife they can see, assisted by our interpretation panels telling you more about the wildlife that can be spotted!

The activity is 1 hour in duration and ideal for children 5yrs - 12yrs. It will be a mix of indoor and outdoor activities.

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