Interesting Invertebrates: Introduction to Wildlife Monitoring Workshop
Join us on Saturday 12 August for an introduction to wildlife monitoring and surveying on our nature reserve.
Have you been inspired by TV programmes like Springwatch? Do you feel like you want to start nature watching yourself but don’t know where to start? Well these sessions are perfect for you!
Join us for a stroll around our Nature Reserve as we discover what wildlife is living down there. This is a chance to help out with our ongoing native species monitoring as we’ll be doing some surveys see what’s around and finding out the best ways to record and help the wildlife we see.
This session will focus on Interesting Invertebrates. Did you know that we have around 30 types of woodlouse in the UK and about the same number of slug species? We’ll be on the hunt for these and many more of our amazingly diverse UK creepy crawlies.
Explore our other sessions throughout the year here.
Where: Nature Reserve
When: Saturday 12 August, 8-10am
Who for: Adults (16+)
How to book
£10 per person
The price includes a well-deserved bacon butty (or vegetarian equivalent) and hot drink at the end of each session in the Bembe Coffee Shop.
Book online here
There are limited spaces available so book your place online today.