The popular wildlife park is staging Wild Discoveries every day throughout half-term from February 10 to February 18.
There are a host of fun activities for children and their mums and dads to enjoy while they get some fresh air and have fun.
They include Nature Bingo where children can burn off energy running around Wild Place Project identifying and ticking off everything from guinea fowl to squirrels and snowdrops to primroses.
There is also the brilliant Discovery Den in the heart of the woods at Wild Place Project featuring a sand-pit dig, a special game of Animal Guess Who? and a chance to try some bark rubbing.
Throughout half-term there will also be the chance to have a go at Ranger Riddles where boys and girls can discover more about animals and nature
There will also be a chance for visitors to see some of the things at Wild Place Project that they might not have spotted before
Wild Place Project head of operations Nigel Simpson said: “Wild Discoveries is all about making the most of the natural world that is all around everyone who visits Wild Place Project.
“It is a great chance for boys and girls to make the most of half-term, have lots of fun in the great outdoors and make some great discoveries.”