Posted: Tuesday 18 April 2017

Nursery children help stage a bearilliant Easter activity!

Camperdown Wildlife Centre's four bears enjoyed hunting treat filled eggs over the Easter weekend

Children at the High School of Dundee Nursery have helped to stage a bearilliant Easter activity!

To ensure that the bears of Camperdown Wildlife Centre didn't feel left out of this past weekend's celebrations, youngsters at the Arbroath Road facility made and decorated some large paper mache Easter eggs which wildlife centre staff filled with treats and set out for Star, Brumm, Maja and Brumma to find and enjoy.

Children at the High School of Dundee Nursery made and decorated paper mache eggs for the bears at Camperdown Wildlife Centre

According to Bradly Yule, Network Manager at the wildlife centre, the four bears really enjoyed getting their teeth into Easter!

He said, "The bears loved hunting for the eggs and then tearing them to bits! I'm sure they are grateful to the Nursery children for thinking of them." 

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