WWT Martin Mere's LEGO brick animals are set to return to the centre this spring - with three new animals set to be unveiled.
Families can visit the trail of 14 individually designed giant animals made entirely from LEGO bricks sitting with the real life creatures including new models of a white stork, a water vole and a short-eared owl.
The figures measure around 1.5m in height and some are inspired by real species at Martin Mere including the world's rarest goose - the Hawaiian goose - plus a red breasted goose, a mallard and a large North American river otter.
Once the kids complete the trail they will also receive a certificate.
While you're at Martin Mere, the kids can also take part in a one hour LEGO workshop (at 11.30am and 1.30pm) which is suitable for children aged four and over.
There will be creative LEGO game to play plus they can even leave with their very own model of an owl.
During the hour, the kids will take part in three exciting challenges too and will work in a team and race to buil LEGO ducklings against the clock.
Then they will build a LEGO brick car and test it on the ramp to see how far it will go.
Finally, the children can build their very own model to take home.
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