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Training Directory: Identification and Field Survey Skills - Herpetology, Fish and Invertebrates Short Courses.

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Identification and Field Survey Skills - Herpetology, Fish and Invertebrates

 

Practical training in how to identify, classify and survey reptiles, amphibians, fish and invertebrates.  This is sort of an 'everything else'  section!

08/02/2020 Dissecting Moths 2 Days

FSC Preston Montford, Field Studies Council 01743 852040 enquiries.pm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/dissecting-moths/

This course will teach techniques for dissecting moths for beginners and will talk about everything you need to get started dissecting moths at home. Over 95% of moths can be safely identified in the field without the need for dissection. However the remaining moths need to be dissected to identify them in order to aid conservation of the species and keeping valid records in databases.

Cost £225.00

14/02/2020 Identifying Hoverflies 4 Days

FSC Preston Montford, Field Studies Council 01743 852040 enquiries.pm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/identifying-hoverflies/

This course is aimed at the novice hoverfly recorder and will take participants through all aspects of hoverfly identification using a mixture of set material, field collection and powerpoint presentations. The course has been successfully run for a number of Wildlife Trusts and Natural History Societies, and is designed to make sure that participants depart with a comprehensive understanding of hoverfly taxonomy and biology.

Cost £400.00

14/02/2020 Dipterists Forum Workshop 3 Days

FSC Preston Montford, Field Studies Council 01743 852040 enquiries.pm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/dipterists-forum-workshop/

This advanced workshop tackles two Diptera groups, Anthomyiidae (flower flies) and some of the larger Brachycera (soldierflies and allies). The larger Brachycera include many charismatic species popular with recorders but not all are easy to identify, and these tricky species, for example among horseflies, robber-flies and stiletto-flies, are the focus of the workshop. Anthomyiidae (flower flies) is a family of about 240 species of flies whose larvae are mainly leaf-miners.

Cost £295.00

09/03/2020 Sponge ID 5 Days

FSC Dale Fort, Field Studies Council 01646 636205 enquiries.df@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/sponge-id/

The course features species found on Pembrokeshire shores in the lower intertidal zone. Many are very difficult to identify with any degree of certainty in the field, so the emphasis will be on learning how to collect samples, making a spicule preparation, and examining their 'skeleton' under a microscope. It is suitable for amateurs and professional surveyors - whatever your skill level we will aim to stretch you.

Cost £455.00

14/03/2020 Looking at Terrestrial Invertebrates with Microscopes 1 Day

Bushy Park, London, Field Studies Council 01306 734501 enquiries.ldn@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/looking-at-terrestrial-invertebrates-with-microscopes/

An absolute beginner's overview of identifying which group an invertebrate belongs to using microscopes and a simple identification key. Based in Bushy Park.

Cost £40.00

21/03/2020 Frogs, Newts and Toads: British Amphibians 1 Day

FSC Epping Forest, Field Studies Council 020 8502 8500 enquiries.ef@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/frogs-newts-and-toads-british-amphibians/

Learn about frogs, newts and toads, our native British amphibians. We will explore the local ponds to find amphibians, then identify them and learn about their ecology. You will learn about the habitats they live in and how we can protect them. Course fee includes FSC fold out chart: Guide to the Reptiles and Amphibians of Britain and Ireland.

Cost £35.00

28/03/2020 Jack’s Test Short Course Upload 1 Day

Jack’s House, Jack Barber Ltd 1947878108 jack@jackbarber.co.uk jackbarber.co.uk

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30/03/2020 Great Crested Newt Survey: Working Towards a Licence 1.5 Days

York, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for the great crested newt. Participants are able to obtain a reference for a licence on successful completion of the course.

Cost £120.00

01/04/2020 ARC Great Crested Newts and Licensing for Surveys 1 Day

Rixton Claypits, Field Studies Council 01743 852100 enquiries@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/arc-great-crested-newts-and-licensing-for-surveys/

This course has been designed for ecologists, rangers or land managers who are looking to undertake professional great crested newt surveys. It will cover species identification and ecology, survey techniques, the Habitat Suitability Index (HIS) and include opportunities to practice netting, bottle trapping, torch and egg searching.

Cost £90.00

03/04/2020 Slug Identification 1 Day

FSC Preston Montford, Field Studies Council 01743 852040 enquiries.pm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/site-assessment-using-invertebrates/

Cost £50.00

07/04/2020 Great Crested Newt Survey: Working Towards a Licence 1.5 Days

Gartcosh, Scotland, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for the great crested newt. Participants are able to obtain a reference for a licence on successful completion of the course.

Cost £120.00

08/04/2020 Great Crested Newt Survey: Working Towards a Licence 1.5 Days

Peterborough, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for the great crested newt. Participants are able to obtain a reference for a licence on successful completion of the course.

Cost £120.00

10/04/2020 Practical Microscopy: Go It Alone Weekend: Freshwater Biology 4 Days

FSC Flatford Mill, Field Studies Council 01206 297110 enquiries.fm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/practical-microscopy-go-it-alone-weekend-freshwater-biology/

Enjoy a microscopists weekend at Flatford. An opportunity to share, swap or learn new techniques with fellow enthusiasts, do your own thing and use the excellent facilities of the centre to investigate the microscopic freshwater life of the River Stour and other local aquatic habitats.

Cost £150.00

14/04/2020 Great Crested Newt Survey: Working Towards a Licence 1.5 Days

York, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for the great crested newt. Participants are able to obtain a reference for a licence on successful completion of the course.

Cost £120.00

14/04/2020 Great Crested Newt Survey: Working Towards a Licence 1.5 Days

Epping Forest, London, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for the great crested newt. Participants are able to obtain a reference for a licence on successful completion of the course.

Cost £120.00

15/04/2020 Great Crested Newt Survey: Working Towards a Licence 1.5 Days

Peterborough, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for the great crested newt. Participants are able to obtain a reference for a licence on successful completion of the course.

Cost £120.00

16/04/2020 ARC Working with Natterjacks 1 Day

Millom Network Centre, Field Studies Council 01743 852100 enquiries@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/arc-working-with-natterjacks/

This course is specifically aimed at Environmental Consultants, Planners and FEP agents (working with DEFRA's Environmental Stewardship scheme) but everyone with an interest in natterjack toads is welcome to attend. Please note this course is not based at an FSC Centre but will be held at Millom Network Centre, Salthouse Road, Millom, Cumbria LA18 5AB.

Cost £90.00

17/04/2020 Introduction to Freshwater Invertebrates 4 Days

FSC Orielton, Field Studies Council 01646 623920 enquiries.or@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/introduction-to-freshwater-invertebrates/

Whether you're a fisherman who wants to develop their knowledge of riverflies, or you're keen to pursue an interest in entomology more generally, this course provides a great start. Visiting examples of both running and still water environments, we'll see a representative range of organisms, introduce their ecology and the value such animals have as indicators of water quality.

Cost £370.00

18/04/2020 Learn to Love Earthworms 1 Day

Beckenham Place Park, London, Field Studies Council 01306 734501 enquiries.ldn@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/learn-to-love-earthworms/

If you're interested in earthworms, then this day is for you! It's a day for people who are fascinated by earthworms but don't know where to start with them. It's a very gentle introduction to the world of earthworms and the art (and science!) of telling one kind from another. Based in Bushy Park.

Cost £40.00

21/04/2020 Great Crested Newt Survey: Working Towards a Licence 1.5 Days

Gartcosh, Scotland, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for the great crested newt. Participants are able to obtain a reference for a licence on successful completion of the course.

Cost £120.00

22/04/2020 Great Crested Newt Survey: Working Towards a Licence 1.5 Days

Peterborough, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for the great crested newt. Participants are able to obtain a reference for a licence on successful completion of the course.

Cost £120.00

23/04/2020 Great Crested Newts with Froglife 1 Day

FSC Epping Forest, Field Studies Council 020 8502 8500 enquiries.ef@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/great-crested-newts-with-froglife/

An introduction to identification, surveying and conservation of great crested newts. The day will consist of a combination of outside and indoor workshop sessions aimed at improving participants' knowledge and understanding of this species. The course will be a useful foundation for those wishing to carry out surveys and eventually acquire a great crested newt licence. Course fee includes FSC fold out chart: Guide to the Reptiles and Amphibians of Britain and Ireland.

Cost £50.00

24/04/2020 Wildlife Tracking 4 Days

Glenmore Lodge, Field Studies Council 01743 852100 enquiries@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/wildlife-tracking/

This tracks and signs workshops is designed to both introduce a prospective new tracker to the general concepts involved in interpreting tracks and signs and add to the knowledge of the more experienced naturalist. Although we can't import wildlife to the area and therefore give a definitive list of the signs we will find, anything that makes a track on the ground is fair game for our attention.

Cost £415.00

24/04/2020 Introduction to Freshwater Invertebrates 3 Days

FSC Preston Montford, Field Studies Council 01743 852040 enquiries.pm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/introduction-to-freshwater-invertebrates-2/

Cost £300.00

24/04/2020 Identifying Bees 3 Days

FSC Margam, Field Studies Council 01639 895636 enquiries.mp@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/identifying-bees/

An opportunity to learn how to record and critically identify bees with Liams Olds. The course will provide an introduction to bees, then a chance to identify them under the microscope using the dichotomous keys and images in the new field guide. A field trip (weather dependent) will allow you to see living bees and develop basic collecting, field identification skills and better understand their ecology and conservation.

Cost £289.00

24/04/2020 Identifying Freshwater Invertebrates 4 Days

FSC Malham Tarn, Field Studies Council 01729 830331 enquiries.mt@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/identifying-freshwater-invertebrates/

A course for both beginners and those who wish to improve their freshwater macroinvertebrate identification skills. It includes field collection techniques, preservation and curation of specimens, use of identification keys and information on life histories. The Malham estate has a range of aquatic habitats supporting a wide variety of aquatic macroinvertebrates and you will have the opportunity to examine specimens from other locations.

Cost £375.00

25/04/2020 Sustainable Beekeeping 2 Days

Ragmans Farm, Forest of Dean, GL17 9PA, Bees for Development 01602 714848 bfdoffice@beesfordevelopment.org www.beesfordevelopment.org

This is a practical course with a particular focus on natural methods. We cover the management of bees, and natural ways to take care of them. This course is suitable for those with or without previous knowledge of beekeeping.

Cost £195.00

27/04/2020 Reptile Ecology, Survey, Mitigation, including Adder handling 1 Day

Exeter , Richard Green Ecology Ltd 01395 239234 office@richardgreenecology.co.uk www.richardgreenecology.co.uk

This course is designed to enable you to identify UK reptile species, identify suitable reptile habitat, undertake reptile survey and develop reptile mitigation strategies. The course is part classroom and part field based to provide practical survey and handling experience.

28/04/2020 Great Crested Newt Survey: Working Towards a Licence 1.5 Days

Epping Forest, London, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for the great crested newt. Participants are able to obtain a reference for a licence on successful completion of the course.

Cost £120.00

29/04/2020 Great Crested Newt Survey: Working Towards a Licence 1.5 Days

Peterborough, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for the great crested newt. Participants are able to obtain a reference for a licence on successful completion of the course.

Cost £120.00

29/04/2020 Great Crested Newt Ecology and Survey Techniques 3 Days

Exeter , Richard Green Ecology Ltd 01395 239234 office@richardgreenecology.co.uk www.richardgreenecology.co.uk

This is introductory course will provide you with the skills and knowledge to undertake GCN surveys and is aimed at those working in consultancy or conservation. This course is part classroom and part field based.

01/05/2020 Surveying Terrestrial Invertebrates for Biological Recording 4 Days

FSC Preston Montford, Field Studies Council 01743 852040 enquiries.pm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/surveying-terrestrial-invertebrates-for-biological-recording/

This course is designed for countryside professionals or amateur naturalists insterested in the surveying and recording of the invertebrates of terrestrial habitats. Field excursions will include a range of collecting and surveying techniques and workshop sessions will help improve your identification skills. *MMU

Cost £400.00

02/05/2020 ARC Reptile Survey Techniques 1 Day

FSC Juniper Hall, Field Studies Council and ARC 01306 734501 enquiries.jh@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/arc-reptile-survey-techniques/

This one-day course will cover reptile identification and ecology, an introduction to legislation, survey methods and survey planning. It will give participants a good understanding of the principles behind reptile surveying and will include a site visit to demonstrate best practice. Weather permitting, reptiles may be encountered during the course.

Cost £60.00

02/05/2020 ARC Newts and Other Amphibians 2 Days

FSC Bishops Wood, Field Studies Council and ARC 01299 250513 enquiries.bw@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/arc-newts-and-other-amphibians/

This course focuses on the identification and ecology of British newts, but also looks at frogs and toads. We will make good use of the ponds and other habitats on the FSC Bishops Wood campus to practice identification and survey techniques, carrying out both aquatic and terrestrial surveys.

Cost £60.00

05/05/2020 Great Crested Newt Survey: Working Towards a Licence 1.5 Days

York, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for the great crested newt. Participants are able to obtain a reference for a licence on successful completion of the course.

Cost £120.00

06/05/2020 Great Crested Newt Survey: Working Towards a Licence 1.5 Days

Peterborough, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for the great crested newt. Participants are able to obtain a reference for a licence on successful completion of the course.

Cost £120.00

09/05/2020 Introduction To Reptiles and Amphibians 1 Day

FSC Preston Montford, Field Studies Council 01743 852040 enquiries.pm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/introduction-to-reptiles-and-amphibians/

This course introduces all the species of reptiles and amphibians found in Britain, and how to find and identify them. We will hunt for animals on campus and at nearby sites to practise identification and surveying. The programme has to be weather dependent and reptile sightings cannot be guaranteed.

Cost £60.00

12/05/2020 Working Towards a Great Crested Newt Licence 3 Days

FSC Preston Montford, Field Studies Council 01743 852040 enquiries.pm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/working-towards-a-great-crested-newt-licence/

The course provides a balance of classroom and field-based sessions for those interested in acquiring a great crested newt licence. Coursework covers: species identification, the legislative framework and the ecology of great crested newts. Practical sessions will give participants hands-on experience of the relevant survey methods and practice in habitat assessment.

Cost £350.00

12/05/2020 Great Crested Newt Survey: Working Towards a Licence 1.5 Days

Gartcosh, Scotland, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for the great crested newt. Participants are able to obtain a reference for a licence on successful completion of the course.

Cost £120.00

12/05/2020 Great Crested Newt Survey: Working Towards a Licence 1.5 Days

Epping Forest, London, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for the great crested newt. Participants are able to obtain a reference for a licence on successful completion of the course.

Cost £120.00

13/05/2020 Great Crested Newt Survey: Working Towards a Licence 1.5 Days

Peterborough, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for the great crested newt. Participants are able to obtain a reference for a licence on successful completion of the course.

Cost £120.00

15/05/2020 Identifying and Recording Land Snails 3 Days

FSC Juniper Hall, Field Studies Council 01306 734501 enquiries.jh@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/identifying-and-recording-land-snails/

Based in the classic snail country of the North Downs the weekend includes searching for land snails in their appropriate habitats with follow-up identification at the centre. There is an excellent key to snails produced by FSC. Unlike some invertebrate groups there is a limited number of species making it an accessible group to learn but, at the same time, the species are sensitive to conditions of habitat so are useful environmental indicators, both for conservation and archaeology.

Cost £250.00

15/05/2020 Soil Mesofauna 4 Days

FSC Preston Montford, Field Studies Council 01743 852040 enquiries.pm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/soil-mesofauna/

This course, unique in the UK, has developed a reputation for excellence over the last few years. It introduces the fascinating and complex world of soil biodiversity and identification of soil mesofauna, in particular the identification of springtails and soil mites. The course is led by leading UK experts in these groups.

Cost £460.00

16/05/2020 Learn to Love Spiders 1 Day

FSC Epping Forest, Field Studies Council 020 8502 8500 enquiries.ef@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/learn-to-love-spiders/

If you're interested in spiders, then this day is for you! It's a day for people who are fascinated by spiders but don't know where to start with them. It's a very gentle introduction to the world of spiders and the art (and science!) of telling one kind from another. Course fee includes FSC fold out chart: A Guide to House and Garden Spiders.

Cost £40.00

18/05/2020 Great Crested Newt Ecology and Surveying 1 Day

Nr Swanage, Dorest, Ecology Training UK 07818073660 ecologytraininguk@gmail.com www.ecologytraining.co.uk

Course on ecology and survey techniques for GCN. Includes surveys - putting equipment out in the evening and checking the next morning.

Cost £120.00

18/05/2020 Great Crested Newt Survey: Working Towards a Licence 1.5 Days

York, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for the great crested newt. Participants are able to obtain a reference for a licence on successful completion of the course.

Cost £120.00

19/05/2020 Great Crested Newts and Developments 1 Day

Nr Swanage, Dorest, Ecology Training UK 07818073660 ecologytraininguk@gmail.com www.ecologytraining.co.uk

Course covers GCN legislation, mitigation techniques with case studies and licensing.

Cost £160.00

20/05/2020 Great Crested Newt Survey: Working Towards a Licence 1.5 Days

Peterborough, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for the great crested newt. Participants are able to obtain a reference for a licence on successful completion of the course.

Cost £120.00

22/05/2020 ARC Reptiles and Amphibians 4 Days

FSC Preston Montford, Field Studies Council and ARC 01743 852040 enquiries.pm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/arc-reptiles-and-amphibians/

This course covers identification and ecology of all (native and introduced) reptile and amphibian species, as well as survey techniques. The course starts Friday evening with an introductory talk and survey on campus. We will also visit local amphibian and reptile sites over the weekend to practise identification and surveying, and to discuss habitat requirements. The programme has to be weather dependent and reptile sightings cannot be guaranteed. We will be visiting ponds at night to count amphibians, so a good torch is essential. *MMU

Cost £400.00

23/05/2020 Spider Identification 5 Days

FSC Dale Fort, Field Studies Council 01646 636205 enquiries.df@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/spider-identification/

Based at the stunning location of Dale Fort, this course will focus on field identification of spiders of woodland, grassland and coasts. There will be follow up sessions in the lab, allowing spiders to be identified more fully. It is suitable for beginners as well as improvers. The tutor is the co-author of the recently published WILDGuide Britain's Spiders.

Cost £400.00

23/05/2020 Bumbles (and other pollinators) 1 Day

Newton Abbot, Wild Ideas 07871 343 872 info@wild-ideas.org.uk www.wild-ideas.org.uk/events/

We'll start with some basic bumblebee identification and ecology, while our second session will focus on how to make your garden bumble-friendly.

Cost £35.00

25/05/2020 Identifying Freshwater Invertebrates for Biological Surveying and Recording 5 Days

FSC Flatford Mill, Field Studies Council 01206 297110 enquiries.fm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/identifying-freshwater-invertebrates-for-biological-surveying-and-recording/

Climate change has underlined the importance of monitoring freshwater ecosystems. This course is designed to help professional surveyors and amateur naturalists increase their understanding of the large and diverse group of invertebrates that inhabit our rivers and ponds. Illustrated talks and field excursions will demonstrate the latest practice in sampling methodology and preservation of specimens.

Cost £500.00

26/05/2020 Great Crested Newt Survey: Working Towards a Licence 1.5 Days

Gartcosh, Scotland, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for the great crested newt. Participants are able to obtain a reference for a licence on successful completion of the course.

Cost £120.00

26/05/2020 Great Crested Newt Survey: Working Towards a Licence 1.5 Days

Epping Forest, London, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for the great crested newt. Participants are able to obtain a reference for a licence on successful completion of the course.

Cost £120.00

27/05/2020 Reptile Ecology, ID and Surveying 1 Day

Nr Exeter, Devon, Ecology Training UK 07818073660 ecologytraininguk@gmail.com www.ecologytraining.co.uk

Course covers ecology, ID, surveying and handling and includes a field trip to find reptiles. There will be reptiles to handle a the end of the session.

Cost £120.00

27/05/2020 Great Crested Newt Survey: Working Towards a Licence 1.5 Days

Peterborough, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for the great crested newt. Participants are able to obtain a reference for a licence on successful completion of the course.

Cost £120.00

30/05/2020 Learn to Love Pond Life 1 Day

FSC Epping Forest, Field Studies Council 020 8502 8500 enquiries.ef@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/learn-to-love-pond-life/

Epping Forest is home to over 100 temporary and permanent ponds supporting a wide range of species from insect larvae to amphibians. Join us as we discover what lives in the ponds. Using nets we will catch invertebrates, then learn how to identify them and facts about them. Course fee includes FSC fold out chart: Freshwater Name Trail.

Cost £40.00

30/05/2020 Butterflies and Day Flying Moths 1 Day

Bushy Park, London, Field Studies Council 01306 734501 enquiries.ldn@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/butterflies-and-day-flying-moths/

Search for a variety of species of butterfly and day flying moths and learn how to identify them. Learn about the different stages of butterfly and moth life-cycles and lifestyles, focusing on the importance of larval food plants and flowers for nectar. Course fee includes FSC fold out chart: Guide to the Butterflies of Britain and Ireland. Based in Bushy Park.

Cost £50.00

31/05/2020 Early Summer Butterflies and Moths 5 Days

The Kingcombe Centre, Dorset Wildlife Trust 01300320684 hradice@dorsetwildlifetrust.org.uk www.kingcombe.org

Discover the diversity of early summer butterflies and moths across Dorset’s famed landscape of chalk downlands, pastures, woodlands and coast.

Cost £354.00

05/06/2020 Identifying Dragonflies and Damselflies 3 Days

FSC Flatford Mill, Field Studies Council 01206 297110 enquiries.fm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/identifying-dragonflies-and-damselflies/

This course is designed for countryside professionals, amateur naturalists and university students. It introduces the identification, life history, behaviour and conservation of these beautiful and fascinating insects, covering all the British breeding species and vagrants too. Adults and nymphs may be netted for examination then released unharmed. *MMU

Cost £270.00

05/06/2020 Diversity of Invertebrates 3 Days

Denmark Farm, Betws Bledrws, Lampeter, Life Long Learning, Aberystwyth University 01970 623111 learning@aber.ac.uk www.aber.ac.uk/en/lifelong-learning/courses/

Discover the diversity of invertebrates that can be found in west Wales.

Cost £120.00

06/06/2020 Moths and Moth Trapping 2 Days

Wanstead Park, Field Studies Council 01306 734501 enquiries.ldn@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/moths-and-moth-trapping/

Learn about moth life-cycles and lifestyles. Around dusk, help set up a light-trap and watch it in action, before returning the following morning to examine the catch and participate in the identification session. Course fee includes FSC fold out chart: Day Flying Moths.

Cost £40.00

12/06/2020 Identification of Solitary Bees 4 Days

FSC Preston Montford, Field Studies Council 01743 852040 enquiries.pm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/identification-of-solitary-bees/

This course will introduce participants to the identification and ecology of solitary bees including nesting and foraging requirements, hosts and associated aculeate nest parasites. Introduction to the genera and species will be through a combination of presentations, field visits and microscope workshops using keys and prepared specimens. Field visits will enable you to put into practice what knowledge you have gained over the weekend and enable more appreciation of these fabulous insects and their needs. *MMU

Cost £400.00

13/06/2020 Learn to Love Beetles 1 Day

Beckenham Place Park, London, Field Studies Council 01306 734501 enquiries.ldn@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/learn-to-love-beetles/

If you're interested in beetles, then this day is for you! It's a day for people who are fascinated by beetles but don't know where to start with them. It's a very gentle introduction to the world of beetles and the art of telling one type of beetle from another. Based in Beckenham Place Park.

Cost £40.00

13/06/2020 An Introduction to Identifying Wildlife at Kingcombe 2 Days

The Kingcombe Centre, Dorset Wildlife Trust 01300320684 hradice@dorsetwildlifetrust.org.uk www.kingcombe.org

Whether you're new or have some previous experience, join DWT’s Hamish Murray on an exploration around Powerstock Common and Kingcombe Meadows nature reserves and learn how to identify a wide selection of plant and animal species.

Cost £191.00

19/06/2020 Daytime Moths 3 Days

FSC Preston Montford, Field Studies Council 01743 852040 enquiries.pm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/daytime-moths/

This course is aimed at anyone who would like to learn more about how to study moths without the use of a moth light trap. Different techniques for finding moths will be discussed and practiced in field conditions by all participants. It is aimed at total beginners wishing to study these moths, as well as people with more advanced knowledge, but whatever your skill level it will be designed to stretch you.

Cost £350.00

19/06/2020 Entomology: The Larger Insects of Wales 3 Days

Machynlleth, Wales, Centre for Alternative Technology 01654 704966 courses@cat.org.uk www.cat.org.uk/events/entomology-the-larger-insects-of-wales/

The larger insects of Wales: what are they? What are their key features? Which species do they belong to? This course aims to answer these questions and more through a range of workshops, field-work and practical hands on experience.

Cost £120

20/06/2020 Field ID of Spiders 1 Day

FSC Amersham, Field Studies Council 01494 721054 enquiries.am@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/field-id-of-spiders/

This course provides an opportunity to learn about Britain's spiders with an emphasis on the field identification of families and genera. Following an introductory session indoors, the range of habitats at Amersham will be sampled for spiders and other arachnids and various collecting techniques will be demonstrated.

Cost £45.00

22/06/2020 Reptile Ecology and Survey Techniques 1 Day

Peterborough, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers identification, ecology, distribution and surveying for reptiles native to the UK. Includes a field visit to a local site.

Cost £80.00

27/06/2020 Identifying Solitary Bees 1 Day

FSC Bishops Wood, Field Studies Council 01299 250513 enquiries.bw@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/identifying-solitary-bees/

This short course is for anyone who would like to learn about the identification and ecology of these solitary insects. Time will be spent in the field observing and discussing the requirements of a variety of genera found around the centre grounds. There will also be an opportunity to study and identify prepared specimens to species using a variety of entomological keys.

Cost £50.00

27/06/2020 Learn to Love Pollinators 1 Day

Bushy Park, London, Field Studies Council 01306 734501 enquiries.ldn@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/learn-to-love-pollinators/

If you're interested in pollinators, then this day is for you! It's a day for people who are fascinated by pollinators but don't know where to start with them. It's a very gentle introduction to the world of pollinators and the art (and science!) of telling one kind from another. Course fee includes FSC fold out chart: Guide to Insects of the British Isles. Based in Bushy Park.

Cost £40.00

03/07/2020 Practical Microscopy: Go it Alone Weekend: Slide Making 4 Days

FSC Flatford Mill, Field Studies Council 01206 297110 enquiries.fm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/practical-microscopy-go-it-alone-weekend-slide-making/

Microscopy weekend at Flatford. This will be an opportunity to practice or improve your skills in making prepared microscope slides, both dry and medium based. The weekend will be supported by Dennis Fullwood, a skilled microscopist with extensive experience of slide renovation at the Natural History Museum. Materials and specimens will be provided.

Cost £170.00

04/07/2020 Introduction to Hoverflies 1 Day

FSC Flatford Mill, Field Studies Council 01206 297110 enquiries.fm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/introduction-to-hoverflies/

The course will appeal to anyone with an interest in the natural world. You won't need any prior knowledge just a willingness to immerse yourself in the life of hoverflies for a day. There will be a mix of presentations, fieldwork and identification using various guides. The day will be varied with lots of opportunity to learn about these fascinating and incredibly diverse insects.

Cost £50.00

04/07/2020 Moths of Wildflower Meadows 2 Days

FSC Bishops Wood, Field Studies Council 01299 250513 enquiries.bw@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/moths-of-wildflower-meadows/

This new course is aimed at anyone who would like to learn more about identifying moths from wildflower meadows. Their ecology and habitat needs will also be discussed, particularly looking at what makes this habitat important to a specialist group of moth species. It is aimed at total beginners wishing to study these moths, as well as people with more advanced knowledge, but whatever your skill level it will be designed to stretch you.

Cost £105.00

08/07/2020 All About Crayfish 2 Days

Mendip Hills, Nicky Green & Jen Nightingale 01626835890 ngreencrayfish@gmail.com www.crayfishuk.org/wp

This course provides a solid grounding in crayfish ecology and survey methods plus an insight into current conservation techniques. Trainees will monitor and handle native white-clawed and invasive signal crayfish. We will visit captive breeding facilities and ark sites and discuss options for controlling invasive crayfish based on latest research.

Cost £275.00

10/07/2020 Identification of Dragonflies and Damselflies 3 Days

FSC Preston Montford, Field Studies Council 01743 852040 enquiries.pm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/identification-of-dragonflies-and-damselflies/

We aim to introduce you close-up to many of the Shropshire species of dragonfly and damselfly so that you will leave confident in your abilities to identify them and make species records. A mixture of classroom sessions and field visits will allow you to put your skills into practice, and to observe and understand the visual spectacle of these fascinating insects on the wing.

Cost £300.00

10/07/2020 Wildlife Tracking 3 Days

FSC Malham Tarn, Field Studies Council 01729 830331 enquiries.mt@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/wildlife-tracking-2/

A detailed look at tracks and signs left by a range of birds, mammals, reptiles and invertebrates, including instruction on using camera traps. Tracking develops our ability to observe subtle details and connect them to landscape-scale patterns. You will build confidence in sign recognition and interpretation while learning practical applications of tracking for conservation and education as well as simple enjoyment of the natural world.

Cost £454.00

11/07/2020 Grasshoppers and Bushcrickets 1 Day

FSC Flatford Mill, Field Studies Council 01206 297110 enquiries.fm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/grasshoppers-and-bushcrickets/

As a group the grasshoppers and bushcrickets are manageable for someone with an interest in natural history to get to know in a day. There will be a mix of presentations, fieldwork and identification using various guides. There are only a few species, many of which are quite common and can be found in most habitats. You will learn how to distinguish between bushcrickets and grasshoppers and find out about their lifecycles and ecology.

Cost £50.00

13/07/2020 Dorset's Butterflies and Moths 5 Days

The Kingcombe Centre, Dorset Wildlife Trust 01300320684 hradice@dorsetwildlifetrust.org.uk www.kingcombe.org

Discover the diversity of summer butterflies and moths across Dorset’s famed landscape of chalk downlands, pastures, woodlands and coast.

Cost £354.00

17/07/2020 Identifying and Studying Bees with John Walters 4 Days

FSC Slapton Ley, Field Studies Council 01548 580466 enquiries.sl@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/identifying-and-studying-bees-with-john-walters/

An opportunity to learn how to identify and study the ecology of bees with ecologist and artist John Walters. The course will provide an introduction to bees, then a chance to identify them under the microscope using the currently available keys and images in the recently published Field Guide to the Bees of Great Britain and Ireland by Steven Falk and The Bees of the British Isles by George Else and Mike Edwards.

Cost £325.00

17/07/2020 Identifying Leafhoppers 3 Days

FSC Preston Montford, Field Studies Council 01743 852040 enquiries.pm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/identifying-leafhoppers/

Leafhoppers, planthoppers and froghoppers are abundant insects in a wide range of habitats and are increasingly used in site quality assessment and monitoring. Over 400 species have been recorded in Britain. This weekend course will be aimed mainly at newcomers to this group of insects, although anyone with more experience is also welcome. Field visits will be made to local sites to collect specimens for species-level identification back in the laboratory.

Cost £300.00

17/07/2020 Identifying Difficult Invertebrates 4 Days

FSC Preston Montford, Field Studies Council 01743 852040 enquiries.pm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/identifying-difficult-invertebrates/

This course is designed to help students develop higher-level skills in sampling and identifying terrestrial insects for surveys. There will be a blend of field and laboratory sessions with an emphasis on obtaining accurate species identifications. *MMU

Cost £510.00

17/07/2020 Discovering Beetles 3 Days

FSC Nettlecombe, Field Studies Council 01984 640320 enquiries.nc@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/discovering-beetles/

This course will cover practical aspects of finding, identifying and recording beetles. The weekend will include an introduction to this group of insects, focusing on their ecologies and life histories and will begin to look at the various families common to the UK. We will do this by looking at specimens of the different families with microscopes.

Cost £280.00

17/07/2020 Moths of Sand Dunes and Ancient Parkland 3 Days

FSC Margam, Field Studies Council 01639 895636 enquiries.mp@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/moths-of-sand-dunes-and-ancient-parkland/

This course is aimed at anyone from total beginner to quite experienced in looking at moths, who would like to improve their abilities in identification. The course will concentrate on looking at moths, both micros and macros, found in the excellent habitats of Margam Park including excellent ancient woodland and parkland trees adjacent to the field centre and the nationally famous nearby Kenfig Dunes National Nature Reserve and will also discuss their ecology.

Cost £289.00

17/07/2020 Identifying Moths and Butterflies 3 Days

FSC Flatford Mill, Field Studies Council 01206 297110 enquiries.fm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/identifying-moths-and-butterflies/

A weekend introducing the identification and natural history of perhaps the most visually appealing of all insect groups. Only live viewing techniques are used: light traps and sugaring for moths and sweep nets for butterflies. We will discuss the benefits of the different trapping methods and the different types of light trap. Working through the moth catch in the morning is complemented by afternoon excursions to look for and identify butterflies on the wing.

Cost £270.00

20/07/2020 Solitary Bees: Identification and Ecology 7 Days

FSC Flatford Mill, Field Studies Council 01206 297110 enquiries.fm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/solitary-bees-identification-and-ecology/

This course will introduce participants to the identification and ecology of solitary bees. Introduction to the identification of genera and species will be through a combination of presentations, field visits and microscopy using keys and prepared specimens. Suitable for those who have some previous experience of bee ID or who have attended an introductory workshop.

Cost £675.00

24/07/2020 Identifying and Recording Beetles 3 Days

FSC Juniper Hall, Field Studies Council 01306 734501 enquiries.jh@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/identifying-and-recording-beetles/

This exciting course at Juniper Hall will cover practical aspects of finding, identifying and recording beetles. The main focus of the course is on the diversity of beetles and their adaptations to their environment. Guidance on field and laboratory equipment and the treatment of specimens will be given, and on the literature, internet and other resources helpful in identification.

Cost £250.00

24/07/2020 Chalk Grassland Moths of the Surrey Downs 3 Days

FSC Juniper Hall, Field Studies Council 01306 734501 enquiries.jh@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/chalk-grassland-moths-of-the-surrey-downs/

This course will be based at Juniper Hall, which nestles in a valley of the North Downs close to Box Hill, with a backdrop of woodland and rolling chalk grassland habitats. The centre is ideally situated for trapping moths of this habitat.

Cost £250.00

24/07/2020 Identifying Marine Species and Habitats: The Biotope Approach 4 Days

FSC Millport, Field Studies Council 01475 531420 enquiries.mil@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/identifying-marine-species-and-habitats-the-biotope-approach/

The Marine Habitat Classification for Britain and Ireland (v04.05) was developed through the analysis of biodiversity datasets and is an important tool for marine management and conservation. This course will cover the theory and practice of recording marine 'biotopes', with a particular focus on identifying the flora and fauna of rocky shores and subtidal reefs. Fieldwork will include sampling species communities at a range of intertidal sites. *MMU

Cost £328.00

25/07/2020 Identifying Dragonflies 1 Day

FSC Bishops Wood, Field Studies Council 01299 250513 enquiries.bw@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/identifying-dragonflies/

Dragonfly enthusiasts of all levels of ability are welcome to come along and learn more about these stunning insects. The day will start with a classroom workshop introducing this group of insects and focusing on their identification. We will then head to the pools and hopefully introduce you close-up to a good number of the local species.

Cost £50.00

25/07/2020 Field ID of Dragonflies and Damselflies 1 Day

FSC Amersham, Field Studies Council 01494 721054 enquiries.am@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/field-id-of-dragonflies-and-damselflies/

Dragonflies (Odonata) are large, spectacular insects with fascinating life styles. Over 50 species are known from Britain and Ireland. On this course we will focus on how to identify the species you are most likely to come across when you visit wetland habitats across Britain.

Cost £45.00

27/07/2020 Butterflies and Moths 5 Days

FSC Malham Tarn, Field Studies Council 01729 830331 enquiries.mt@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/butterflies-and-moths/

The unique diversity of habitat within close proximity of Malham Tarn contributes to an interesting selection of Lepidoptera. Many nationally-scarce moths associated with fens, mosses and moorland are to be found, as well as a small selection of special butterflies. Help will be given on identification and information on the ecology of nationally significant species.

Cost £495.00

31/07/2020 Moths of the Devon Coast 4 Days

FSC Slapton Ley, Field Studies Council 01548 580466 enquiries.sl@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/moths-of-the-devon-coast/

This course is aimed at anyone from total beginner to those with more advanced knowledge in looking at moths, who would like to improve their abilities in identification. The course will concentrate on looking at moths (both micros and macros) found in the excellent habitats of the South Devon Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and will also discuss their ecology.

Cost £325.00

01/08/2020 Looking at Freshwater Invertebrates with Microscopes 1 Day

Bushy Park, London, Field Studies Council 01306 734501 enquiries.ldn@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/looking-at-freshwater-invertebrates-with-microscopes/

An absolute beginner's overview of identifying which group an invertebrate belongs to using microscopes and a simple identification key. Based in Bushy Park.

Cost £40.00

03/08/2020 Butterflies and Moths 5 Days

FSC Preston Montford, Field Studies Council 01743 852040 enquiries.pm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/butterflies-and-moths-2/

Develop skills in identification, trapping and methods to encourage butterflies and moths into our gardens. Butterfly walks and light trap catches will be used as field observation tools interspersed with slide talks and identification workshops.

Cost £430.00

07/08/2020 Identifying Spiders to Species Level 3 Days

FSC Slapton Ley, Field Studies Council 01548 580466 enquiries.sl@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/identifying-spiders-to-species-level/

Learn how to find, accurately identify and record spiders with arachnologist Matt Prince, Devon's spider recorder. The course will provide an introduction to spiders, a field trip to cover basic collecting and field identification, and then guide you through the process of identifying them to species level using a microscope and the diverse resources available both in literature and on the web.

Cost £325.00

07/08/2020 Finding and Identifying Beetles and Other Invertebrates 3 Days

FSC Margam, Field Studies Council 01639 895636 enquiries.mp@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/finding-and-identifying-beetles-and-other-invertebrates/

This course will cover practical aspects of finding, identifying and recording beetles and other invertebrates. The main focus will be on beetles, but a number of other invertebrate groups will also be dealt with, though in less detail. Guidance on field and laboratory equipment and the treatment of specimens will be given, along with literature, websites and other resources helpful in identification.

Cost £289.00

07/08/2020 Micro-moths of East Anglian Woodlands and Wetlands 4 Days

FSC Flatford Mill, Field Studies Council 01206 297110 enquiries.fm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/micro-moths-of-east-anglian-woodlands-and-wetlands/

Following the publication of the excellent new field guide by Sterling, Parsons and Lewington, interest in micro moths is on the increase. This long weekend is aimed at anyone familiar with macro moth species, who would now like expert help with the identification of micros. It is aimed at total beginners as well as people with more advanced knowledge of micro-moths - whatever your skill level we hope to stretch you.

Cost £395.00

16/08/2020 Highland Butterflies and Moths 6 Days

Glenmore Lodge, Field Studies Council 01743 852100 enquiries@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/highland-butterflies-and-moths/

Enjoy the butterflies and moths of the Scottish Highlands in summer. Electric observation lights will be operated to attract a wide range of moths. There will be daytime field visits to a variety of habitats to observe butterflies such as the Scotch Argus. Illustrated talks with slides will show the Scottish Red Data Book and nationally notable species and their habitats. Help will be given on recording methods, identification and classification.

Cost £685.00

28/08/2020 Wildlife Tracking 4 Days

FSC Slapton Ley, Field Studies Council 01548 580466 enquiries.sl@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/wildlife-tracking-3/

A detailed look at tracks and signs left by a range of birds, mammals, reptiles and invertebrates. Tracking develops our ability to observe subtle details and connect them to landscape-scale patterns. You will build confidence in sign recognition and interpretation while learning practical applications of tracking for conservation and education as well as simple enjoyment of the natural world.

Cost £350.00

28/08/2020 Site Assessment Using Invertebrates 4 Days

FSC Preston Montford, Field Studies Council 01743 852040 enquiries.pm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/site-assessment-using-invertebrates/

Through a mixture of fieldwork, classroom and laboratory sessions this course will provide experience of planning and carrying out an invertebrate survey, combining this with existing data and interpreting the results, and how this can be applied to assess sites from different perspectives. *MMU

Cost £510.00

29/08/2020 Leaf Mining Moths of Worcestershire 1 Day

FSC Bishops Wood, Field Studies Council 01299 250513 enquiries.bw@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/leaf-mining-moths-of-worcestershire/

The course is aimed at total beginners wishing to study leaf-mining moths, as well as people with more advanced knowledge of the group, but whatever your skill level it will be designed to stretch you. There is a huge increase in people interested in micro-moths. And there are large numbers of them that never fly into moth traps, so field craft is needed to find them and looking for leaf mines is the first stage in moth field craft.

Cost £95.00

19/09/2020 Slug Identification 1 Day

FSC Bishops Wood, Field Studies Council 01299 250513 enquiries.bw@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/slug-identification/

Love them or hate them, pestilential or benign, slugs undoubtedly are very interesting. This course introduces you to the 45 British species - their ecology and identification - encourages you to contribute to national recording schemes. Eye and hand lens, with no dissection involved, will enable most individuals to be identified.

Cost £50.00

19/09/2020 Sustainable Beekeeping 2 Days

Ragmans Farm, Forest of Dean, GL17 9PA, Bees for Development 01602 714848 bfdoffice@beesfordevelopment.org www.beesfordevelopment.org

This is a practical course with a particular focus on natural methods. We cover the management of bees, and natural ways to take care of them. This course is suitable for those with or without previous knowledge of beekeeping.

Cost £195.00

21/09/2020 Habitat Creation, Restoration and Enhancement for Amphibians 1 Day

Peterborough, Froglife 01733 602102 marie.homewood@fles.org.uk fles.org.uk/services/training/

Covers habitat restoration and pond creation for amphibians in the UK. Includes a field visit at a local site.

Cost £80.00

28/11/2020 Discovering Diptera: Flies Under the Microscope 1 Day

FSC Epping Forest, Field Studies Council 020 8502 8500 enquiries.ef@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/discovering-diptera-flies-under-the-microscope/

This day course will provide an introduction to the Diptera, getting familiar with some of the major families and with a focus on some of the larger and more colourful species in the hoverfly, soldierfly, robberfly and related families.

Cost £50.00

01/12/2020 ARC Great Crested Newts, Licensing and Mitigation 3 Days

FSC Preston Montford, Field Studies Council and ARC 01743 852040 enquiries.pm@field-studies-council.org www.field-studies-council.org/shop/courses/arc-great-crested-newts-licensing-and-mitigation/

This course has been designed for those ecologists with knowledge and experience of great crested newt survey techniques and limited experience of licensing and mitigation projects. It will include case-study, syndicate exercises, site visits and demonstration techniques to help participants understand license application and mitigation projects. There are many different approaches to mitigation licensing, and the course will explore all the options available, including application of reasonable avoidance measures, licensing policies, low impact class licensing and district licensing.

Cost £485.00

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