FIND out about footprints, droppings and pellets in a Who Goes There? animal tracking event at the Tropical Butterfly House, Wildlife and Falconry Centre.
The North Anston attraction is putting on crafts, games and activities for all ages, around the theme of uncovering the mysteries of animal tracking.
Children and adults can meet creatures close up, and keepers will be on hand to deliver educational and fun talks.
Many baby animals have arrived at the centre already this spring, including baby meerkats, goat kids and tiny chicks.
The centre has also welcomed some new additions, including Vernon, a 17-year-old rüppell’s griffon vulture, who has an eight feet wing span, and two tiny ‘moustached’ emperor tamarin monkeys.
Who Goes There? takes place daily from March 31 to April 15, from 10am to 5.30pm.