The RSPB are the largest wildlife conservation charity in Europe. With over a million members, together we help give nature a home. Although they are called the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, they help lots of other wildlife too – making habitats for birds also benefits other creatures.
Join The Deep on 18 & 19 January when we welcome a team from The RSPB who will be speaking with visitors about The Big Garden Bird Watch which takes place at the end of January 28-30 January. This event is the world’s largest wildlife survey, with over 1 million people taking part in 2021, counting over 17 million birds. However, the number of wild birds in the UK has dropped by 38 million in the last 50 years so raising awareness of the plight of our wildlife is a key. Find out how you can play your part in helping to save nature.
Booking required via www.thedeep.co.uk
Visit The Deep, Hull’s award-winning aquarium and be taken on a journey through prehistoric seas, past tropical lagoons, into the vast open oceans, down to the darkest depths, through the chilly Kingdom of ice and into the future. The Deep is home to spectacular animals including sharks and stingrays, the UK’s only pair of Green sawfish, hundreds of tropical reef fish, Loggerhead sea turtles a colony of Gentoo penguins, and much more to keep all ages entertained. Take a walk through the viewing tunnel and ride in the glass lift through the 10 metre Endless Ocean tank. Little nippers can enjoy the interactive magic floor, fossil brushing station and designing their own sea creature at Digi:Sea. The Deep offers FREE return visits for 12 months with the Day Plus Pass. Full terms and conditions can be found on The Deep’s website. Please note that all tickets must be pre booked online (including Day Plus Pass holders). Access at The Deep The Deep is fully accessible and offers a wide range of access aids to assist visitors with additional needs. These include audio and Braille guides, large print leaflets, foreign language leaflets, social stories, mobility aids and a Changing Places facility. Please visit the website for more details.
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