If you are at your wits end with the kids this Christmas holiday, get down to RSPB Frampton Marsh for some festive fun.
Running during the school holidays, starting on December 19, you can explore the Twelve Birds of Christmas treasure trail.
Collect an entry sheet from the heated visitor centre before venturing out onto the reserve’s surfaced paths to find clues.
Once you have found all the clues and solved the puzzle, return to the visitor centre to claim your prize.
To take part costs £2 per child, with the trail running between 10am and 3pm.
Chris Andrews, visitor services officer for the reserve, said: “Get out into the fresh air this Christmas. A gentle walk, something to excite the kids and a prize at the end. What could be better?”
The nature reserve is also a great place to visit to walk off all those mince pies.
Level, surfaced paths and plenty of wildlife to spot make it ideal for all the family.
You can get a special look at the work done, with a guided walk on Sunday, December 28. You will join a local volunteer to discover more about the site and its wonderful winter wildlife. The walk starts at 1.30pm, and costs £4 per adult (children half price).
You can get more information on this or any other reserve activities by calling 01205 724678 or by emailing lincolnshire
RSPB Frampton Marsh is signposted off the A16, five miles south-east of Boston.
There are toilets and a self-service catering area with snacks and hot and cold drinks.
Entry to the reserve is free and the heated visitor centre is open from 10am to 4pm.