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Minibeast Safari Challenge

May 20, 2020

Do you have a garden, or live near a park? Or perhaps you have a shed or a hedge to explore? You could take part in a Minibeast Safari Challenge to see how many minibeasts you can find. Then record your findings, either on camera or by drawings.

If you want to find out more about where to look, what you might find, and more about the minibeasts around us do have a look at this video-link: the Minibeast Safari Challenge for children, produced for Birmingham City Council, also features my poem Mr Snail (towards the end of the garden safari, where children can learn about the minibeasts they find).

Do have a look – especially if you are aged 14 or under – though it’s delightful viewing for any age.

Mr Snail

Quaint and quirky, never quick,
Mother Nature’s glue stick.
Strong shell, tacky tail,
Glue the garden, Mr Snail.                      © Celia Warren

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