Owl pellet dissection by Amy Lewis

Amy Lewis

Wild in the Woods (Cambourne): Trees and Bones

Location: The Wildlife Trust BCN headquarters, The Manor House
Broad Street,
Great Cambourne, England, CB23 6DH
Join Wildlife Adventurer Rebecca Neal for wild play in the woods and some indoor fun.

Event details

Meeting point

The Manor House, Broad Street, Great Cambourne, Cambridge CB23 6DH


10am - 12ish
A static map of Wild in the Woods (Cambourne): Trees and Bones

About the event

We'll spend some time outside exploring Cambourne Nature Reserve and then head indoors to investigate what owls eat for breakfast by studying the bones they leave behind.

This session is designed for families with children aged 7-11. Older and younger children will enjoy the session but it is not suitable for very young children. Please get in touch if you want to know more.


Phone number

07894 599020


Members £4
Non-members £5
Accompanying adults are free

Additional booking information

Book is advised because places are limited - please get in touch to check for availability.

Suitable for


Know before you go


Guide dogs only


Paths around Cambourne Nature Reserve are mostly wide and accessible. We may be tempted to go off the path but we will vary the route depending on the group.

Wheelchair access


What to bring

Part of the session will be outside, so please be prepared for the weather, and come with long sleeves and long trousers, and clothes and shoes you do not mind getting muddy.

Parking information

Please park at Morrisons nearby

Bicycle parking




Contact us

Rebecca Neal
Contact number: 07894 599020

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