WILDLIFE explorers made bat boxes and an insect tower for a nature reserve.
The group of 24 children built them for the Titchfield Haven National Nature Reserve.
The explorers also made an insect tower, for insects to hibernate and breed and provide a feast for the bats. Senior ranger Richard Levett said: ‘Bats are important to our environment and the Wildlife Explorers should be proud they’ve helped.’
The children were part of the RSPB’s Titchfield Haven Wildlife Explorers Group, and the building took place at the Titchfield Haven National Nature Reserve.
The Titchfield Haven is a known for its bird life but it is also home to other animals from water voles to bats.