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Event - Wildlife Sanctuary Visit Year 2

6 May 2015

On the 6th May the Nuneaton and Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary visited our Year 2 class.

They have been running since 2001 and have rescued over 29,500 wild animals during that time, all of which have been released back into the wild. They do allow visitors between 11am and 3pm but it’s a good idea to ring first as they might well be out on a rescue call at any time of the day.

The children were thrilled to see all the animals.


Catherine and Geoff showing the pupils just a few of the rescued animals.
 
Gizmo.

Jack.
 
Marmite, an apt name!

Sky.
 
They have rescued many animals!