Take part in a Dinosaur trail around the nature reserve, natural crafts, discover the birds in the bird hides and see a replica of Dippy’s skull up close

The Natural History Museum's famous Diplodocus, Dippy is touring the UK! On Saturday 28 April from 10am - 2pm, join the team at Seaton Wetlands for a day exploring how birds are related to dinosaurs!

Join expert guides for What's that bird?  in the hides and learn to identify birds in view, with our binoculars available to borrow:

10am to 12noon, Island Hide

12noon to 2pm, Tower Hide

See a replica of the skull of Dippy the Diplodocus dinosaur fossil from the Natural History Museum.

Take part in a Dinosaur trail around the nature reserve.

Enjoy natural Dino craft activities in the Reed Base.

How much

[["£2 ","per child"]]

No booking necessary.




Seaton Wetlands
Colyford Road


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Parking through Seaton Cemetery  (SY 248 914). Donation posts for parking.


Event aimed at everyone.

The Island Hide and Reed Base are accessible by wheelchair, mobility scooter and pushchair. There are steps to access the Tower Hide.

Please contact the Countryside team if you would like to discuss hiring the off-road mobility scooter (Tramper) for this event.

No dogs on Seaton Wetlands.

Further info

Call Wild East Devon on 01395 517557 or email wild@eastdevon.gov.uk