The spectacular setting and sheer variety of scenery at Canonteign Falls make it an ideal venue in Devon for school educational visits and day trips.
RSPB - Seasonal information boards have been designed for us by the RSPB along with tick lists giving visitors a wonderful chance to identify the abundance of woodland birds seen on their walks at Canonteign Falls. The RSPB are hosting memberships days and also Dawn Chorus Walks at Canonteign. Please check our Events page for details.
Devon Wildlife Trust - Working closely with Devon Wildlife Trust, our nature and wildlife trail provides the perfect way for children to learn about wildlife and conservation techniques. Created by local volunteers working on behalf of Devon Wildlife Trust, the Forest Garden is a fascinating space for young environmentalists. The addition of a 2 metre giant metal spider, housed in its own web, made by local craftsman Barrie Darling has caused quite a stir!
The Barn Owl Trust -. If you would like to find out more about helping The Barn Owl Trust please pick up one of their leaflets which will be on display. You can help them continue their work in many ways, such as becoming a 'Friend of the Trust' , or 'Become an Owlet' a great gift for children.
West Country Falconry - Educational talks can be given on how birds local to the area, such as owls, falcons and hawks are worked. Displays are held at Canonteign throughout the season. Please check our Events page for dates.
The Dartmoor National Park and The Ancient Woodland Trust are here to advise schools on how to manage and take on projects for our Devon woodland.
The RSPB can help educate children on the wonderful array of birds, small and large, that live in the diverse area of Devon and the Canonteign Estate.
The Devon Deer Initiative can help children identify the tracks of both Fallow and Roe Deer.
Teign Fisheries Association are happy to arrange talks and fishing for schools.
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