Get closer to nature at the Bronze Age BioBlitz at Flag Fen on Saturday August 2!
From 10am-5pm, it’s a great opportunity to explore the landscape and wonderful wildlife with nature experts.
Flag Fen’s positioning in the Fens gives it excellent biodiversity, making it the perfect location to discover more about wildlife in the local area. As well as learning about the wildlife you can see now, hear about Bronze Age Beasts that roamed Britain long ago.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to work side-by-side with experts to identify wildlife and get top tips on how to lend nature a helping hand. This one-day spectacular will bring together renowned nature organisations including the Wildlife Trust, Natural History Museum, People’s Trust for Endangered Species, Field Studies Council, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Recording Centre & Peterborough’s local Diptera and Bat Groups.
You can also travel through time with a Bronze Age Wildlife Trail, discover mini-beasts in theMicroscope Lab, pick up a seedbomb (a whole habitat in a tiny clay ball to plant at home!). Remember to delve into a watery world with Pond Dipping, take part in the Bug Hunt, make and take home a Bug Buddy at our Craft Workshop, mix together a meal to feed hungry hedgehogs in your garden, plus see the Must Farm prehistoric boats!
“Our event looks to encourage greater public interest in local wildlife and will be a launch pad for future initiatives,” explains Daniel Rowson, Vivacity Heritage Skills Officer. “It’s a rare chance for the public to work alongside a wide variety of experts, developing both their knowledge of local wildlife and skills in species identification. Who knows – Peterboroughcould be home to the next David Attenborough!”
There’s no need to book, just drop in! £7 adults, £5 children/concessions and £18 families (2 adults, up to 3 children). For more information call01733 313 414 or visit
Plus: Don’t miss Nature Unearthed at Flag Fen on Tuesday 5 – Thursday 7 August, 10am-5pm. Take part in nature workshops, pond dipping, and discover fun crafts to encourage wildlife into your garden.