Chance to learn more about forest's wildlife

REEN FINGERS: Wyre Forest watch leaders Mary Bendall and Chris Doncaster, with Ben Rudlin, 9, who attends the Wyre Forest Watch.

REEN FINGERS: Wyre Forest watch leaders Mary Bendall and Chris Doncaster, with Ben Rudlin, 9, who attends the Wyre Forest Watch.

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A CONSERVATION charity is inviting nature-loving families to discover more about the Wyre Forest’s wildlife.

Staff and volunteers from Worcestershire Wildlife Trust and the Forestry Commission are running itsWyre Wild - watchers event tomorrow at the Wyre Forest Discovery Centre.

The event will include wildlife- related fun with mud monsters, shelter building, orienteering and craft activities.

Chris Doncaster, who runs the trust’s monthly Wildlife Watch group in the Wyre Forest, explained: “This is a great chance for families to come to enjoy the outdoors as well as discover more about the wildlife we share the Wyre Forest with."

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