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Springwatch holidays: in the woods

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Martin Hughes-Games Martin Hughes-Games | 17:56 UK time, Tuesday, 26 May 2009

The UK used to be covered in woodland but there's still plenty to enjoy on your holiday and for so many of our native species it's home sweet home.

Tracking animal footprints can turn a walk into an investigation and turn the kids into sleuths. Bark rubbings are great for bedroom art and tree identification back home, or print off Tree Bingo and see who finds everything first.

Here's a clip from Springwatch with lots more ideas:

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But we'd love you to share your experiences, ideas, dilemmas and advice on getting out and about in our woodlands. Let us know!


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