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Thursday 18th September, 2014

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We have two special events at the World Owl Centre this Spring and Summer. Why not come along and join in?

Thursday 17th April - Conservation Day

Find out how you can help your local owls. There will be plenty of children's activities, mask making, owl pellets and an owl egg hunt.

A member of the World Owl Trust will be guiding a wildlife walk around the gardens and there will be lots of opportunities to see the owls up close.

For more details call the World Owl Trust on 01229 717 393

Normal Muncaster admission fee applies.

Saturday 17th May - Brownie Birthday Bash

The Brownies of Cumbria are holding a special birthday party at Muncaster to celebrate 100 years of the movement and the Trust is joining in with the celebrations.

Sunday 29th June - World Owl Trust Owlet Day

Lots of fun with a recycling theme to raise awareness of things we can all do to help combat climate change and help save threatened polar species such as the Snowy Owl.

Learn about The EAZA Pole to Pole Campaign and lots of fun ideas of how to reuse, reduce and recycle

Learn about the Snowy Owls

Help us build a milk-bottle igloo!

Have a go at winning your very own cuddly Snowy Owl

Have a go at recycled Milk Bottle Crafts – there are loads of things you can make!

Normal Muncaster admission fee applies.

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