CHESHIRE wildlife fans will be treated to a visit from the Wildlife Trusts this weekend.
The Wildlife Trusts have been invited to visit Pets At Home on Saturday and Sunday to give visitors a chance to learn more about wildlife in the Chester area.
Representatives from the organisation will be at Pets At Home on Caldy Valley Road in Great Broughton from 10am to 5pm on Saturday and from 11am to 4pm the following day.
It is hoped that the visitors will support wildlife in the Chester area by learning about their local nature reserves and how they can get involved.
The Wildlife Trusts is a network of 47 local trusts which care for and maintain more than 2,400 nature reserves between them.
It is hoped that the talks and demonstrations will help people en-courage wildlife in less well-established gardens.
A spokesperson for the Wildlife Trust, Adrian Soskin, said that "this is a great way to get people involved in encouraging local wildlife, and kids really enjoy learning how they can help out."
Tracey Lucas, Pets At Home store manager, said: "It's going to be an informative day that both kids and adults will enjoy".