The first Junior rangers session was held on January 10th at Corehead Farm and Beef Tub.
Junior rangers is for people aged 11 to 18 and offers the opportunity for young people to get outside, learn lots of practical conservation skills, spot wildlife, try out their bush craft/wild camping skills, make friends and have fun.
At the first session we were greated with some pretty wild weather, with snow, hail, wind and (occasional!) sun. So we took the opportunity to get to know each other, play some games, plan some of the activities we’ll be doing through out the year and familiarise ourself with the tools we’ll be using.
We have teamed up with the National Trust for Scotland to run this project. There are still some places available, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.