North West Bird Watching Festival – A Fun Family Outing
If you’re looking for a great weekend’s activity for the whole family, you’ll find that the North West Bird Watching Festival is exactly what you’re looking for. This great event will prove to be both educational and recreational, helping families to reconnect with nature whilst at the same time helping them to buy out time from stressful lives and learning more about how to look after our endangered wildlife.
The North West Bird Watching Festival will be hosted by the Martin Mere Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust and promises to be a truly spectacular event. This is a great way to get your whole family out in the open air and to teach them to appreciate nature. It also provides a great setting for building up familial bonds and improving the education of adults and children alike. As a social event, it provides everyone – young and old – with an opportunity to make new friends. Anyone interested in bird watching, photography or conservation should definitely make this festival a part of their plans for the end of the month. In fact, any nature lover – no matter how little or how much you enjoy getting back to basics – can make the most of this festival and enjoy themselves. You’ll be able to relax, unwind and even do a little bit of shopping during the course of your visit to this great birding festival.
So what sort of activities have been planned for the North West Bird Watching Festival? Well, no birding festival is complete without an interesting selection of guest speakers and workshops to help visitors learn more about the natural environment that they are enjoying so much. An emphasis will also be put on photography, with a workshop in photograph manipulation easing a lot of budding photographers into this aspect of modern photography. A number of stands will be set up at the festival and will have clothing, binoculars and second hand books, among other things, for sale. You may even be able to pick up a bargain birding holiday for the family! Those who enjoy a more hands-on experience will enjoy the swan feeds that take place at 3 and 3:30 pm in the afternoons. The North West Bird Watching Festival will take place on November 29 and 30. Make the most of this great event by ensuring that you’re there to enjoy it!