Families can put their courage to the test as they explore the eek!citing and mysterious world of wetland nature this October half term at Llanelli Wetland Centre.
From the feathered and furred to the slimy and scaly, there are some truly weird and wonderful creatures that call wetlands home – and all are ready and waiting to be discovered by visitors as they make their way around our site, keeping eyes peeled and ears pricked for a truly exciting eek!sperience.
With spooky interactive activities and scary trails to follow, visitors are being dared to put their hands into an eel box, grab a photo op with a bat or get up close and personal with a toad.
There’s also plenty more for the whole family to discover, whether they’re looking for a fright or not - such as fishing out wild wonders and uncovering underwater life in our ponds; or taking a closer look at what owls have eaten by dissecting owl pellets.
For a full overview of the nature activities available this half-term, please see our half-term What's On page.
WWT’s head of engagement Ruth Thomas:
“For a half-term experience with a difference, our eek! week event gives families the chance to connect with nature and enjoy a fantastic, fun wildlife learning experience.
“Autumn is such a special time to visit our centres and the interactive eek! week trails and nature-based activities on offer are a brilliant way for children to get outdoors and use all their senses to explore and connect to nature this half term”.
The eek! week interactive trail and special activities are included in admission or free for WWT members and under 4’s.