Wednesday Courses

Learn more about natural history:

identification, life history and populations.

Wednesday Evenings 2019.

You are welcome to join us to learn some hints and tips on all aspects of natural history.

The evenings have specific topics and so it is not necessary to attend every week; you can pick and choose which evenings you come along to.

The evening starts at 19.30 and ends at 21.30 with free refreshments at about half time.

The cost is £4.00 per person.

Bee-eater

BEGINNERS’ BIRDWATCHING COURSE with Mike Briggs

18th, 25th, 2nd and 9th October

The course will cover all aspects of the hobby to give a good grounding for the beginner to progress and will run alongside Sunday morning walks for first-hand birdwatching experience in the field.

 

LATE FLOWERS AT THE BAY with Eddie Turner

Bring specimens for identification if you wish.

16th October

 

BRITISH BIRDS – WHERE, WHEN & WHY with John Buckingham

A Course covering Habitats, Movements, Breeding and Feeding Biology

23rd October WOODLAND & FOREST
30th October SEA & COASTS
6th November WETLANDS & RIVERS
13th November MOORLAND & MOUNTAINS
20th November HEATHLAND & FARMLAND
27th November URBAN & GARDENS

 

BEGINNERS’ BIRDWATCHING continued with Mike Briggs

4th and 11th December As above, running alongside Sunday walks.