New schools join The Bowdleflodes

Bowdleflode News No. 20 – January 2020

Happy New Year!

A very Happy New Year to all our Bowdlefloders and Supporters!

As ever, for 2020, we are committed to using ART as a medium to promote CONSERVATION.

Our 2020 vision and message to rulers, politicians and decisions makers across the globe is:

Please WAKE UP to the plight of Planet Earth before it’s too late!

New schools join the Bowdleflodes

We are extremely excited to announce we have four new partner schools taking part in the Bowdleflodes Wildlife Project this year!  We will be working closely with the following schools and helping some of them with their Artsmark Award journeys.

Keep an eye out for all the wonderful new additions to the Bowdleflode Safari Park!

Bowdleflode of the Month

Our Bowdlflode of the Month is Tronster, who is the creation of Tara from St Helen’s School in Northwood.

Let us find out more about Tronster…

Appearance and size: It is a snake, a tortoise with wings, flippers and bird feet.  It is as big as a dinosaur.

Diet: It is a herbivore and eats the leaves of palm trees, as well as berries that are poisonous to humans.

Habitat: In the Bowdleflode rainforest where all the tropical animals live, near a long river.

Behaviour: Vicious, and very protective of its home and family.


The Bowdleflodes Wildlife Project…

is proud to be supporting schools and education settings on their Artsmark journey, inspiring children and young people to create, experience, and participate in great arts and culture.

and to get the monthly BOWDLEFLODE NEWS.

This will allow us to send you monthly updates on conservation and endangered species news, as well as some of the developments which we offer to schools and home educators.


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