Youngsters spread their wings at Sheffield park butterfly walk
Youngsters got the chance to get up close and personal with wildlife at a specialist butterfly walk at a Sheffield park.
Around a dozen families attended the event, which was held as part of the Butterfly Conservation's Big Butterfly Count, at Manor Fields Park on Wednesday.
Rose Tomson, community ranger at the park, said: "It was brilliant - the kids loved it. We had kids who have never done a lot of the stuff we do.
"Some of the kids caught some really nice butterflies during the event as well as learning how to spot them in their own gardens and when out and about.
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"A couple of the kids were really into their wildlife, which was great to see and I think they all enjoyed it."
For more information on other events at Manor Fields Park visit www.manorfieldspark.org.