Credit Matthew Roberts

Wildlife Training Workshop (Project WILDside): Biological Recording - An Introduction with Ryan Clark

Location:

Lings ,

3 miles from Northampton centre
Northampton
Northamptonshire
Fully booked
A workshop to introduce participants to the importance of biological recording and why it is important.

Event details

Meeting point

Lings House

Date

Time
10am - 4pm
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About the event

How can you make the most of your wildlife observations? Biological records are the accepted format for wildlife observations and help us to understand and conserve the natural world around us. This workshop will introduce you to the process of biological recording, including how to work out grid references and submitting records to the appropriate people. The indoor session will focus on the basics of biological recording, why it is important and how to go about recording wildlife. The outdoor session will be putting this into practice on the reserve, generating high quality biological records.

Booking

Price

£40 Standard
£20 Student
£115 Professional

Additional booking information

Further information including a programme for the day and location details will be sent to participants nearer the time.

Know before you go

Dogs

No dogs permitted

Mobility

Please discuss with training workshops officer if assistance required

Wheelchair access

Please discuss with training workshops officer if assistance required

Hearing loop

Please discuss with training workshops officer if assistance required

What to bring

Further information will be sent to participants nearer the time

Contact us

Juliette Butler - The Wildlife Trust BCN