Fishy fun for half term week

Monday 15 February 2010, 10:25

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As part of the National Museum Wales 'Fishy Fun' theme, RSPB Cymru staff and volunteers will be holding 'Albatross Antics' events during half-term.

The events are held from 14 to 21 February from 11am until 4pm every day and will teach children of all ages about the plight of the albatross - the largest flying bird in the world with a wingspan reaching up to 5.3m!

Craig Leitch from RSPB Cymru said: "There will be activities such as albatross mask making, a huge board game to play and children will also be able to meet 'Albie the Albatross' himself."

There will also be a 'threatened species tour' of the Natural History Collection at 12 and 3pm every day, exploring the decline of many of the UK birds species and the work being done to reverse it.

It's all free, all ages welcome and you can book when you arrive at reception.

Find out more at the museum's website

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