There’s still a few spaces for this free online event at the Natural History Musuem!

Join myself and rainforest ecologist Jenna Lawson to hear about endangered spider monkeys in Costa Rica.

This family workshop will use storytelling, board games, model making and rainforest sounds. Build a model wildlife bridge to keep the monkeys safe from predators and humans. Hear how bad deforestation can be and how you can help. Find out how wildlife corridors can help spider monkeys survive in the precious ecosystem they call home.

Suitable for children aged 6-11.

Dates: 9 and 10 October
Times: 10.30-11.30, 12.30-13.30 and 14.30-15.30
Location: Flett Theatre foyer (Red Zone)

You’re welcome to explore the Museum after you’ve attended the event.