For Parents

The Bowdleflode Wildlife Project supports children as they develop a greater awareness of endangered animals through our Art & Science based activities.  Our ‘Creative Creatures’ task invites children to investigate the threat to animal populations here in Britain and around the globe.  They then use their new knowledge to create a drawing of a fantasy animal, made up from parts of endangered species, that goes to live in an animal utopia.  Our aim is to help children envisage a world where animal and plant life can flourish so that they can replicate it here on Earth.

Suitable for classroom learning and home education, children of all ages can take part in the project, and we welcome them to do so!  If you visit our Wildlife Park you will see some of the wonderful animals that have been submitted by children from across the world.

If your child has already completed their animal with a school then you can access their work on the ‘Find Your Animal’ page.  You can see a list of Participating Schools and Organisations here.  If you would like your child to enter independently of their school, then please register here, where you can download the entry form and resources.Here’s hoping that you will join our mission to provide young children with further incentive to protect threatened species, develop their understanding of the natural sciences and get creative.

For Parents

The Bowdleflode Wildlife Project supports children as they develop a greater awareness of endangered animals through our Art & Science based activities.  Our ‘Creative Creatures’ task invites children to investigate the threat to animal populations here in Britain and around the globe.  They then use their new knowledge to create a drawing of a fantasy animal, made up from parts of endangered species, that goes to live in an animal utopia.  Our aim is to help children envisage a world where animal and plant life can flourish so that they can replicate it here on Earth.

Suitable for classroom learning and home education, children of all ages can take part in the project, and we welcome them to do so!  If you visit our Wildlife Park you will see some of the wonderful animals that have been submitted by children from across the world.

If your child has already completed their animal with a school then you can access their work on the ‘Find Your Animal’ page.  You can see a list of Participating Schools and Organisations here.  If you would like your child to enter independently of their school, then please register here, where you can download the entry form and resources.Here’s hoping that you will join our mission to provide young children with further incentive to protect threatened species, develop their understanding of the natural sciences and get creative.