Sunday, 18 March 2018

Spring/Summer Term Starts Soon

The winter term is at last drawing towards its protracted close.  The  length of daylight has imperceptibly increased over the last few weeks, so the weather should be improving fairly soon!  The Spring-Summer term will be starting immediately after Easter.
Marsh Harrier
Bookings for the 10-week Spring term has started. At the time of writing there are a couple of vacancies on Thursday afternoons, followed by Wednesday afternoons and Friday afternoons.  I'm afraid I cannot take any more bookings on the Tuesday morning or Friday morning sessions. If you are interested in another session, please ask. For at least 2 hours a week encounter the natural world as a completely new sensual experience. You'll be amazed what you'll find just by listening, and not only by looking! In the Spring we'll be paying special attention to birdsong
Sedge Warbler
 Reed Warbler
If you want help sorting out your Sedge Warblers from your Reed Warblers, and pointing out the differences between singing Blackcaps and Garden Warblers then this is the place to be. We are going to locations where you will hopefully see, and not just hear Cuckoos.  
We are also planning to visit sites with Turtle Doves, Redstarts and other special summer visitors. 
Turtle Dove
So, if you are interested in learning more about your local wildlife in beautiful and secluded venues for less than £10 a week, then this is the course for you! We visit a different local hotspot each week and identify all the birds and as much other wildlife as we can. This also includes mammals, and fungi with butterflies, and dragonflies. The course runs twice daily Tuesday to Friday. If you are interested in more details of the course, or wish to be placed on a waiting list, please contact me - details at the top of the blog.
Green-Veined White on Bluebells
 Broad-Bodied Chaser
 Bee Orchid

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