Baby birds parent & toddler group
by RSPB Sandwell Valley Nature Reserve
About our activities / service
|Accessibility details||Due to the topography of the ground, some parts of the Nature Reserve may be inaccessible for wheelchairs users and walkers with mobility issues,|
|Opening hours||Tuesday to Sunday.
Summer: 10 am to 5 pm. Winter 10 am to 4 pm
Baby birds is a weekly parent and toddler group, whose aim is to nurture a love of nature. The group provides opportunities for children to connect with nature through a mixture of activities that are inspired by the natural world. We spend time out of doors on the nature reserve, having fin and learning something new. Come along and meet other parents and carers who love to have fun outside with their kids.
|Staff qualifications||Staff qualified to deliver the services of the charity.|
2 year olds, 3 year olds, 4 year olds
About the organisation
RSPB Sandwell Valley nature reserve is a wonderful urban green space in the heart of Birmingham and the Black Country. The reserve is managed to provide a home for a variety of wildlife, from nesting birds to fluttering butterflies, and to give people the opportunity to connect to nature. The visitor centre has lovely views over the valley, and there are a variety of trails to take visitors past colourful meadows, lush woodland and the peaceful lake. The reserve team hold a regular programme of event for adults and families. RSPB Sandwell Valley is part of the RSPB, the country’s largest nature conservation charity, inspiring everyone to give nature a home.
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