Wetland Walk for youngsters

29 July 2019 - 125   - 0

The ‘Wetland Walk’ program organized by the Wildlife and Nature Protection Society of Sri Lanka (WNPS) on August 18, 2019 from 7.00am -11.00am at the Diyasurupark in Thalawathugoda is about children and their parents being taken on a guided nature walk, in small groups through an urban wetland.

The programme is specially designed for children between the ages of 4-12 years. The programme encourages exploring of the environment by children and parents in a bid to generate interests in parents to continue the learning experience even at home.

Pre-registration is recommended as only 100 children will be accommodated for the event. For more details please contact the WNPS by phone or email. For more information please call 0716646664

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