Help! Have you seen this naughty duck at WWT Washington Wetland Centre
The GIANT rubber duck hunt takes place during Easter weekend which is Friday to Monday 3 to 6 April and is just one of the many fun family activities on offer throughout the school holidays from Friday to Sunday 3 to 19 April at WWT Washington.
Join the mission to track down their GIANT yellow visitors by picking up a tick sheet on arrival and setting off around the wetland and woodlands, using all your best hide-and-seek skills to find them (£1 per entry).
Plus, take a silly selfie with the 6ft inflatable duck and share it with WWT Washington on Facebook or Twitter @WWTWashington using the #GIANTduck as the #tag during the Easter holidays to win a prize. Two winners will be announced Monday 20 April via social media.
Leanne McCormella from WWT Washington said: “Our wardens are great at spotting all the baby ducklings, goslings and cygnets waddling around our wetland nature reserves each spring. But for some reason they keep missing these cheeky GIANT yellow ducks – so we really need your help to find them!”
New life and nature is blooming all around right now and WWT Washington is the perfect place to enjoy it, with unforgettable close-up wetland encounters and enough activities to keep everyone entertained.
Pond-dip for watery creatures or build a bug hotel at Easter. Meet incredible wetland wildlife including otters and flamingos every day. Or take part in events like warden walks around our collection birds and wildlife reserve.
WWT Washington Wetland Centre is an easy, safe place to enjoy the wonders of wetland wildlife.
Open 364 days a year, we’re an award-winning wetland nature reserve with 45 hectares of wildlife-filled wetlands, meadows and woodlands to explore. Plus regular activities, accessible pathways, family-friendly facilities, a waterside cafe, gift shop and wet adventure play area.
The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) is a charity that saves wetlands, which are essential for life itself. Every day we’re at the heart of issues like well-being, nature, climate change and education.