Win super Springwatch goodies!

Springwatch competition

Spring is here! And to celebrate, we’re giving away a blooming brilliant selection of kits from the BBC Earth Springwatch Gift in a Tin range, each bursting with nature-themed knick-knacks. 


See which bird species you can identify using the Junior Birdwatching Kit. It comes with a nifty pair of binoculars, a camouflage net to use as a hide and a spotter sheet to record your findings in. The British Butterflies Mobile Kit lets you create a beautiful wooden butterfly mobile, while you learn about the different species and colour their wings to match!

Then, build and paint a wooden model of a majestic golden eagle with the Create a Golden Eagle tin. You’ll learn loads of fab facts about the fearsome birds of prey. Tin-tastic! 
Thirteen winners will grab all three of these top Springwatch tins.


The prize

13 winners will each receive:

1 x Junior Birdwatching Kit

1 x British Butterflies Mobile Kit

1 x Create a Golden Eagle


Competition closes midnight, 5 April 2017.


Check out for more great gifts.

Which of these people is a presenter on BBC’s Springwatch?

a) Chris Packham
b) Crisp Packet
c) Chris P Bacon

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