Learn more about natural history:
identification, life history and populations.
Wednesday Evenings 2020.
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.
BIRD ID & BEHAVIOUR WORKSHOPS with Mike Briggs
Jan 8th Gulls & Terns
Jan 15th Finches & Buntings
Jan 22nd Tit Family
Jan 29th Waders
Feb 5th Warblers
Feb 12th Corvids & Woodpeckers
Feb 19th Owls
FEATHERS with John Buckingham
Feb 26th Feather Colour & Structure
Mar 4th Moult & Maintenance
THE STATE OF THE NATION’S BIRDS with John Buckingham
Mar 11th Using recent BTO data, a look at the ever-changing
Mar 18th populations and distribution of British Birds
NATURE’S GIANT JIGSAW PUZZLE with Bob & Sue Philpott
Mar 25th An Introduction to Basic Ecology – History & Classification
HOW BIRDS WORK– A SIMPLE ANATOMY with John Buckingham
Apr 1st Bones, Muscles, Digestion and Senses