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Scott's incredible powers of observation revealed in Travel Diaries [...]

Posted on 27th November 2014 by WWT Slimbridge

Illustrations from Sir Peter Scott's extraordinary travel diaries have gone on display at WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre. Sir Peter, who founded the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, travelled the world and always kept [...]

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The wait is over! Latest arriving swans since 1969 touchdown for [...]

Posted on 6th November 2014 by WWT Slimbridge

The first family of Bewick's swans finally arrived at WWT Slimbridge this morning. The event is traditionally seen as signalling the start of winter and this year is around two weeks later than usual. Normally the small [...]

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Spooktacular activities for families this Halloween at Slimbridge

Posted on 27th October 2014 by WWT Slimbridge

Visitors will be able to experience the spooky side of WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre over half term and Halloween. A gang of scary pumpkins have been hidden in the grounds for families to track down. As a reward for [...]

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Gloucestershire schools offered help to take learning outside the [...]

Posted on 15th October 2014 by WWT Slimbridge

Pupils in Gloucestershire and South Gloucestershire could get to spend more time learning outside in nature thanks to a new initiative from WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre which offers free training, support and funding for[...]

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Without Measure -A promenade dance performance

Posted on 19th September 2014 by WWT Slimbridge

Without Measure- an exciting new contemporary dance – premieres at the end of October. Choreographed by Alex Howard, at its heart are the parallels between wildfowl migration and the movement of people. Six dancers [...]

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Bumper baby joy for threatened voles

Posted on 3rd September 2014 by WWT Slimbridge

A Water vole has given birth to her second litter of youngsters this summer to the joy of staff at WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre. Born blind these voles are just a few days old. Their mother gave birth to a …

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Flamingo chicks meet the 'Flamingo Chicks

Posted on 22nd August 2014 by WWT Slimbridge

A group of young dancers took a trip to see their feathered counterparts on a visit to WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre. Flamingo Chicks, Bristol's only inclusive dance group where children with disabilities can dance [...]

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Fish lollies are a n-ice treat for otters

Posted on 30th July 2014 by WWT Slimbridge

The otters are keeping their cool at WWT Slimbridge with the help of some special fish lollies. Keeper John Crooks has been busy making the lollies by putting ingredients such as smelt, trout, minced beef and sardines in [...]

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Visitors can enjoy more retail therapy at WWT Slimbridge

Posted on 23rd July 2014 by WWT Slimbridge

Visitors celebrated the opening of the new WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre shop with a celebrity loved by all ages Donald Duck declared the new shop open and cut the ribbon on Monday (July 21). The new larger and brighter [...]

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Life saving equipment installed at WWT Slimbridge as part of a scheme[...]

Posted on 9th July 2014 by WWT Slimbridge

A defibrillator has been installed at WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre as part of a county-wide initiative to improve emergency healthcare in rural locations. Last Friday (4 July) Stroud MP, Neil Carmichael officially [...]

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