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Meadow Life

Search for wildlife in this meadow. How many types of animals can you spot?

Mission Information
Wanlip Meadows is home to all sorts of wildlife, as are all meadows. You can read about some of the birds, plants and even snakes that like to live here on the Wildlife Trust noticeboard at the entrance points. 

Cycle Closer to Nature is supported by Arla's Kids Closer to Nature campaign and Sustrans. Search for this location on the National Cycle Network here.

Bonus Question!
What kind of snake lives here?
Mission Risk: Medium

Medium. Keep your wits about you, anything could happen.

Take care when exploring the meadow not to sting yourself on nettles or poke your eyes out on a scratchy tree. Don't bother the wildlife - you're there to observe not disturb!

If you do see a snake DO NOT GO NEAR IT! Grass snakes are not that dangerous to humans, but a bite will hurt and they can spray a stink on you. If you found an adder it could give you a very painful poisonous bite.

Tags: meadow wildlife

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Doing missions on this website can be dangerous. Always get permission before exploring and make sure your plans are reasonably safe. A place that is safe one moment can become dodgy the next so keep your wits about you. We cannot take any responsibility for any injuries or harmful effects resulting from your actions. It's your job to survive your explorations intact.

To increase your chances of success complete our training and safety tips before starting. That way you are more likely to win points and keep your head on.

Mission Id: 3374