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Visit the London Wetlands Centre for a delightful autumn day out

Published: Wednesday 12th of September 2012

People looking for things to do in London this autumn should definitely pay a visit to the delightful London Wetlands Centre to enjoy the wildlife there.

Until September 9th, visitors can partake in the Big Bat walk, which will give them the chance to see the amazing flying mammals and their aerial acrobatics, and learn more about the animal with a talk from an expert.

Visitors will be supplied with bat detectors in order to help them identify the species as they hunt for food at sunset – just the thing to get people in the Halloween mood.

There are also plenty of autumn weekend family activities running up until August 21st.

From 10.30 to 11.15 each morning, guests will be able to enjoy some arts and crafts, decorating a spiky hedgehog or making a collage from natural materials.

At 11.00 its time for the otter feeding with the centres’ new family of Asian short clawed otters.

Between 11.30 and 12.15, people can learn how to make up colourful natural dyes from berries and leaves in order to colour in their guide to the wetland plants.

Also on the agenda is pond dipping, wherein visitors can grab a net and see what animals are lurking in the pond.

Discover more for less with a London sightseeing pass.

Posted by Samantha Reed

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