Little Owl (left) and Long Eared Owl (right)
Hear the story of why Owls were chosen by Witches as their special messengers, before being shown how to make own from pine cones and feathers that you can take home and play with. £3/ child.
Spaces for this 45 minute workshop can be booked in advance. Please note no under 3 s will be allowed in the tent whilst the workshop is going on and one adult must be present, so you may need to think about who will be accompanying your child.
Choose to make either a Long Eared Owl or a Little Owl (real British species) and learn what makes them so special.
As well as the Workshop …
Above: meeting a Barn Owl at the 2018 Real Halloween (look out for ‘Wild Touch’ on the Main Lawn)
Above: there are Tawny Owls in the woods
Little Owl – Britain’s smallest owl. It likes to eat earthworms and insects
Long-eared owl – rather quiet – the young make a noise like a creaking gate