Families can join in the fun to become Junior Wetland Rangers at the Wildfowl & Wetlands Martin Mere Wetland Centre this summer holiday. Follow in the footsteps of our rangers and help us with our daily mission to save wetland nature.
Pick up a FREE trail card and set off for a full day of discovery and adventure and learn how to care for and protect our beautiful wetlands with a wide variety of wetland ranger activities including:
Complete at least three of these activities and you can come along to a special ceremony at 4pm in the exhibition hall to collect your ranger badge.
There's a host of exciting reasons to keep coming back all summer long, including bat and barn owl nights, a brass rubbings trail, and canoeing or boat tours on which you can spot our GIANT bugs. So join us and become a fully-fledged ranger!
A full list of activities taking place can be found on our centre event page.
John Arbon, one of WWT’s real life wetland rangers, said:
“I love being a wetland ranger for WWT and helping to care for and protect our amazing wetland wildlife. We thought families would welcome the chance to experience what it’s like to be a ranger through special fun-packed, mini adventures, which include activities that I do as part of my day to day job. Hopefully, we’ll also inspire some of our younger visitors to become the wetland rangers of the future, helping to create a world where healthy wetland nature thrives and enriches lives.”