Quacking Easter activities at Wetland Centre

Ducklings: Ready for the Easter break

Ducklings: Ready for the Easter break

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For a different Easter this year, take your family to visit the ducks at the London Wetland Centre, for a fun, enjoyable day out.

See the baby ducks, cygnets and goslings take their first steps as the weather heats up and join the team join the team for a spot of pond-dipping to explore the creatures that live in the water.

For something more creative make your own art from duckling themed craft in the Easter art sessions or visit the Discovery Trolley to discover how ducks develop from eggs. Or try your hand at egg painting and making a duckling puzzle.

Spring is the best time to visit the London Wetland Centre as you can.

For anyone looking to win a prize, complete the spring trail to discover the babies, bugs and buds that live in the undergrowth.

The centre has adventure play areas for children and includes six wildlife hides including birds, water voles, bats and amphibians. Easter events; WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeth’s Walk, Barnes; March to April; wwt.org.uk.

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