Wildlife Tracks Signs and Owl Pellets
Wildlife Tracks Signs and Owl Pellets
5 Oct 2018 - 9.30am - 12.30pm
Who left that there? Hone your nature detective skills. Learn how to identify animal tracks and signs and discover what owls have for dinner. You will spend part of the morning indoors looking at various feathers and dissecting owl pellets to identify the small mammal bones within. Later you will go outside with the group to look for the tracks and signs that wildlife leave and make plaster casts of the tracks. You will discover how to identify the animal that left them and ask those burning questions like, just what is otter spraint and did a water vole make that latrine?  
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5 Oct 2018 – 9.30am – 12.30pm

Who left that there? Hone your nature detective skills.

Learn how to identify animal tracks and signs and discover what owls have for dinner.

You will spend part of the morning indoors looking at various feathers and dissecting owl pellets to identify the small mammal bones within.

Later you will go outside with the group to look for the tracks and signs that wildlife leave and make plaster casts of the tracks. You will discover how to identify the animal that left them and ask those burning questions like, just what is otter spraint and did a water vole make that latrine?

 

£35.00 Select options
Wild About Ponds
Wild About Ponds
18 May 2019 10am - 1pm
Learn how to site and build your own wildlife pond, plant and maintain it to attract and help wildlife. It doesn't matter if you have a large country garden or a small urban space ponds and water features are an attractive addition to any garden design. Water is vital for all living things and an important habitat for lots of species, a pond of any size is a great way you can help wildlife. On our Wild About Ponds wildlife pond making course you will discover how a pond is a welcoming attraction to your wildlife garden. You will discover the basics about creating a pond including:
  • How to site your pond
  • Building your pond
  • Maintaining your pond
  • Plants and planting your pond
  • Enjoying your pond – including pond dipping equipment and basics of identification of the wildlife you can find living in your pond.
You will receive a free Wildlife Gardening Information Pack as part of the course. The FSC Freshwater Name Trail will be available to purchase on the day of the course.
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18 May 2019 10am – 1pm

Learn how to site and build your own wildlife pond, plant and maintain it to attract and help wildlife.

It doesn’t matter if you have a large country garden or a small urban space ponds and water features are an attractive addition to any garden design. Water is vital for all living things and an important habitat for lots of species, a pond of any size is a great way you can help wildlife.

On our Wild About Ponds wildlife pond making course you will discover how a pond is a welcoming attraction to your wildlife garden. You will discover the basics about creating a pond including:

  • How to site your pond
  • Building your pond
  • Maintaining your pond
  • Plants and planting your pond
  • Enjoying your pond – including pond dipping equipment and basics of identification of the wildlife you can find living in your pond.

You will receive a free Wildlife Gardening Information Pack as part of the course. The FSC Freshwater Name Trail will be available to purchase on the day of the course.

£35.00 Select options