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Where's Broney?

If you've been lucky enough to come to Broney's Picnic with your teddy bear you'll have met our cheeky bear, Broney. Read on to see where he is and what he's doing this season. Click on the pictures below to find out what Broney senses this season.

Broney is sitting amongst the spring Crocuses trying to spot some birds with his binoculars. He is using his camouflage tent as a bird hide and is wearing his camouflage body warmer so that the birds will not see him and will not be scared away. Little does he know that a Greenfinch is perched right behind his head, wondering what he is doing!

Where's Broney (Spring)


Broney Senses Spring

What does Broney see? What does Broney hear? What does Broney smell? What does Broney taste? What does Broney touch?
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Broney sees the bright red Holly berries growing in the hedgerow.

Broney sees the bright red Holly berries growing in the hedgerow.

Broney hears the crunch of the powdery snow under his feet as he walks through the woodland.

Broney hears the crunch of the powdery snow under his feet as he walks through the woodland.

Broney smells the fresh, woody scent of the Pine trees growing in the woodland.

Broney smells the fresh, woody scent of the Pine trees growing in the woodland.

Broney tastes the cold melting icicle on his tongue.

Broney tastes the cold melting icicle on his tongue.

Broney feels the sticky Horse Chestnut buds growing from the branches.

Broney feels the sticky Horse Chestnut buds growing from the branches.

Broney sees the bright bluebells on the woodland floor.

Broney sees the bright bluebells on the woodland floor.

Broney hears the Robin singing its mating call before it builds a nest.

Broney hears the Robin singing its mating call before it builds a nest.

Broney tastes the bitter leaves of the wood sorrel.

Broney tastes the bitter leaves of the wood sorrel.

Broney smells the delicate primroses.

Broney smells the delicate primroses.

Broney touches the soft, furry catkins of the willow tree.

Broney touches the soft, furry catkins of the willow tree.

Broney sees the bright orange-red Rosehips of the dog rose plant growing in the hedgerows.

Broney sees the bright orange-red Rosehips of the dog rose plant growing in the hedgerows.

Broney hears the autumn leaves rustling as they fall from the trees. They crunch under his feet as he walks across the woodland floor.

Broney hears the autumn leaves rustling as they fall from the trees. They crunch under his feet as he walks across the woodland floor.

Broney smells the damp, rotting, earthy scent of fungi growing on the woodland floor.

Broney smells the damp, rotting, earthy scent of fungi growing on the woodland floor.

Broney tastes the sweet ripened blackberries growing in the hedgerows.

Broney tastes the sweet ripened blackberries growing in the hedgerows.

Broney touches the soft downy seeds of the prickly thistle growing along the country lanes.

Broney touches the soft downy seeds of the prickly thistle growing along the country lanes.