Families can gaze up at a sea of stars surrounded by nature at a special night time event at RSPB Frampton Marsh on Saturday.
The nature reserve is offering families the chance to pitch a tent at 7pm and spend the night there, with a ‘twilight toddle’ with a guide one of the events put on.
Jeff Powell from the South Lincs Astronomy Group will be there to point out the night sky, while visitors can toast marshmallows for a bedtime snack and there is chance to use high-tech equipment to eavesdrop on bats.
Families can then wake the next day to see what moths have visited overnight in a trap.
The event costs £15 per adult, £7.50 per child (RSPB members 20 per cent off).
Chris Andrews, visitor services officer for the reserve, said; “Camping out is a great way to really experience the Lincolnshire countryside. With a sea of stars overhead and bird calls echoing through the night sky, it really puts you at one with nature.”
You can get more information on this or any other reserve activities by calling 01205 724678 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.