Jupiter Wildlife Watch Group

The Jupiter Wildlife Watch group arranges a variety of fun activities and events for children aged 8 to 12. From nature trails to scavenger hunts, arts and crafts to fungal forays, there are loads of cool ways to get closer to wildlife in your area. See our latest newsletter!

All sessions are on Saturdays from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm, unless otherwise stated.

Sessions run once a month and only cost £1. Juice and a snack are provided.

To keep continuity and help develop Wildlife Watch as a club, we’d like members to attend as often as possible. As we’re limited for numbers, members who can’t attend for more than 3 sessions in a row might lose their place to a new member. Please let the ranger know if you can’t attend for a few sessions but are planning on coming back.

The club is for children aged 8 – 12 years old.

Remember to come dressed for the weather with suitable warm, waterproof clothes and footwear.

For more information see the Jupiter Wildlife watch guide for parents and guardians.

What we do

The Jupiter Wildlife Watch group meets once a month at the Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre, a green oasis in the middle of Grangemouth.

How to get involved

Spaces for Wildlife Watch are limited, so please do get in touch on 01324 486475 or email falkirkranger@scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk if you would like to book some places.

Watch group information

Contacts
Telephone
01324 486475
Email
Email Jupiter Wildlife Watch Group

GROUP MEETINGS

Where and when?

Where we meet

The Jupiter Wildlife Watch group meets once a month at the Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre, a green oasis in the middle of Grangemouth.

Directions

Jupiter is situated north of the M9 between junctions 5 and 6. From Beancross Road, turn north onto Newlands Road, then left onto Newhouse Road, left onto Wood Street, and Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre is on your right. From Beancross Road, the route is signposted with brown tourist signs.

GROUP NEWS

Jupiter Wildlife Watch Group news

July - A midsummer day dream

July means it’s time for our magical meadows survey! We took our bug pots and sweep nets and searched amongst the flowers for some bugs. Then we had a closer look at our meadows, counting different species, drawing our favourite flowers and calculating how healthy our meadow is!

Jupiter Wildlife Watch Group

FURTHER READING

About Jupiter Wildlife Watch Group

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