Learn more about natural history: identification, life history and populations.
Wednesday Evenings 2018.
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 7.30 and ends at 9.30 with free refreshments at about half time.
The cost is £4.00 per person.
JANUARY – APRIL 2018
|January 10th||A Birdwatcher’s A-Z – Part 1 (useful birding terms)||Ken Chapman|
|January 17th||Winter Birds in Kent||John Buckingham|
|January 24th||Spring & Summer Flowers of the Bay||Eddie Turner|
|January 31st||A Birdwatcher’s A-Z – Part 2||Ken Chapman|
|February 7th||A Study of Bird Feathers & Moult||John Buckingham|
|February 14th||Berries, Birds, Boxes, Bugs and Bushes (wildlife gardening)||Peter Dean|
|February 21st||Bird Song & Sounds – Part 1||John Buckingham|
|February 28th||Birds – Their Scientific Names (some fascinating meanings)||Ken Chapman|
|March 7th||Photographing Birds||John Buckingham|
|March 14th||Birdwatching – Making Your Records Count||Ian & Sally Hunter|
|March 21st||Bird Song & Sounds – Part 2||John Buckingham|
|March 28th||A Beginner’s Guide to Moths (talk & practical)||Steffan Walton|
|April 4th||End of Term Birding Quiz||Ken Chapman|