Join in the celebration of nature and science at the Discovery Bay event

Discovery Bay, a unique event that brings together nature, wildlife, science, and community, is set to make its return on the Isle of Wight this weekend. Funded by The Common Space, Hullabaloo, and Island Nature, the event will take place at Browns Golf Course and the green space by the sea.

Open to everyone free of charge, Discovery Bay promises a variety of wildlife activities and creative opportunities for people of all ages. Attendees can learn more about biodiversity in the Bay and explore the wonders of the natural world through a pop-up natural history museum, representatives from the National Trust and the National Poo Museum, teams from the Wildheart Trust and the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust, as well as groups such as Red Squirrel Trust and Wight Coast Fossils.

In addition to these offerings, there will also be Community Sports Action on display. Island Nature will be collecting suggestions on how to support wildlife on the Isle of Wight, giving everyone a chance to contribute to the Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Discovery Bay is scheduled for Saturday, May 18th from 10am to 4pm with refreshments available at the new PLUTO cafe at Browns.

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