The Natural History Museum ran its fourth annual Nocturnal Family Learning Event on Friday evening. Forty adults and children heard from experts on bats and birdsong and learnt about the adaptations of nocturnal animals. The weather stayed fine and we heard and saw a lot of wildlife at close hand in the twilight. There was a real sense of awe and wonder especially when we stopped at the two bridges on the river. We are now looking forward to our next Family Learning Event on Exploration on 29th June. This will feature the new collection donated to the Museum by the renowned explorer, Robin Hanbury-Tenison.