COMPETITION CLOSED: WIN family tickets to WWT centres and wildlife games!

WWT (Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust) is a leading wildlife conservation charity dedicated to saving wetlands. Visit a WWT Wetland Centre to discover award-winning worlds where you can see amazing wildlife (including otters and flamingos), take exciting boat safaris through water meadows and reeds, hand-feed exotic birds and see some of the world’s most dramatic and rare birds all in one place.  You’ll also find exhilarating adventure playgrounds, special events, waterside cafes serving delicious homemade food and shops with unique gifts!

We’re exploring watery worlds in the new edition of Whizz Pop Bang: SPLASH! It’s all about the science of ponds and, to celebrate, we’re giving away tickets to visit your local WWT Centre! Scroll down to find out how to enter.

SPLASH! Leap into the science of ponds is available in our shop now!

Asian short clawed otters at WWT Washington

Click here to find your nearest centre!

A canoe safari at WWT Slimbridge

Want to win a family ticket to a WWT centre? Two lucky winners will each win one family ticket* to a WWT centre and a Guess Who? Wetland Wildlife edition game!

To enter, simply answer this question in the comments:

What colour are flamingos’ feathers when they’re born?
a. Pink
b. Grey
c. Yellow

If you can’t see the ‘Leave a reply’ box below, click here to see the full version of this blog post.

* A family ticket allows two adults and two children to visit a WWT centre for one day (choose from Slimbridge, Martin Mere, London, Arundel, Castle Espie, Caerlaverock, Washington, Llanelli or Welney). Travel and other expenses are not included in this prize.
* Competition closes at midnight on 2 April 2020. Whizz Pop Bang’s competition terms and conditions are here.

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