Take part in BBC Lincolnshire's Wild Day Out event at Frampton Marsh Nature Reserve on the 5 June 2010
Calling all nature enthusiasts for a Wild Day Out.
Come along to the free Springwatch Wild Day Out event at Frampton Marsh Nature Reserve on 5 June 2010.
It'll be a great day for all the family, where you can dissect owl pellets, take part in worm surveys and improve your photography skills.
You will also have the chance to pick up your free, Bee Part Of It, wild flower seeds to encourage and help bee populations to thrive in the county.
Wildlife photography workshops with Les Binns
Get your free wild flower seed to support the bee population
Owl pellet dissection
Join in with earthworm surveys
Frampton Marsh is a new reserve set up by the RSPB on the edge of the Wash. As well as a visitor centre, there are three hides, one of which is a large teaching hide.
To find it, take the A16 south from Boston, or north from Spalding, and leave at the Kirton roundabout. Follow the signs through the village and for a couple of miles beyond.
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