My Nature Diary with Majjistral Park (Session 3)

Join our Events Officer for the next Nature Diary session! Each month throughout 2021 Majjistral Park will be hosting an online activity demonstrating how to draw wildflowers, insects, birds, mammals and more. In March we will be drawing and painting the colourful European Bee-eater (Qerd in-Naħal), a bird that should be visiting us soon in Malta during the bird migration. This activity is aimed at children but adults are welcome too.   Details: Date: Saturday, 6th March 2021 Time: 15:00 – 16:00 Duration: Approximately 1 hour Booking by clicking on button below: BOOKING   Materials needed: Paper*, Hole punch, Ruler, Pencil, Rubber, Sharpener, Newspaper (to protect surface from paint splatter), Paint (ideally watercolour)**, White paint (gouache works best), Water pot filled with water, Palette to mix paint in, Kitchen towel, Soft paint brushes (thin and medium sizes), Rough paper to test colours. *To create the whole diary you will need 13 pieces that are the same size. The best paper to use if you are using watercolours is watercolour paper. Our Events Officer uses paper from a watercolour pad to have to cut the paper. If you do not have watercolour paper thick painting paper (eg. sketching paper) should also […]

Majjistral Park Online Talks: “Unravelling the Phenomena of Bird Migration”

We would like to invite you to a Majjistral Park Online Talk - “Unravelling the Phenomena of Bird Migration” with our guest speaker Mr Natalino Fenech. Mr Fenech will show us some of his stunning photographs and take us on journeys to different countries to discover how fascinating bird migration is. We will end the session with questions from participants.   Details: Date: Wednesday, 10th March 2021 Time: 19:00 – 20:00 Duration: Approximately 1 hour   Zoom version -Please make sure you have the latest version of Zoom before the Online Talk starts to avoid technical issues. Questions/ Comments - we will have a Q & A session at the end of the presentation. Please remain muted until then. Chat - if you would like to post your question before the presentation has ended you can post it using the Chat function. Recording - The presentation will be recorded. You will only appear in the recording if you ask a question with your video switched on. Duration - The talk should last for about an hour but may go over depending on questions. If you have any questions please email *Photo provided courtesy of Natalino Fenech.