Leaders joined St Albans Rainbows for a ‘Giving Nature a Home’ Session.
Children learned about the work of The RSPB, from the vital practical work we do on nature reserves across the country conservation science and wildlife crime prevention.
The group looked at different man-made wildlife homes and matched a selection of creatures to their ideal residence.
Everyone made a Bug Bungalow to take home – an individual invertebrate habitat that will provide a safe haven for
The session finished with a quick environmental game – illustrating the positive and negative impact that people have on familiar wildlife habitats.
Thank you St Albans for a lovely warm welcome and lots of thoughtful questions.