What’s that Tree? Spring

Woodlands come alive in spring and are rich and diverse habitats for wildlife. On our Woodlands in spring course you will find out about the history and management of ancient woodland and look at some of the species, including carpets of Hampshire’s famous bluebells, associated with this special habitat.

In relaxed and interesting morning of discussions, observations and practising wildlife identification using FSC guides you will learn basic skills in:

  • Tree identification
  • Wildflower/ancient woodland indicator identification
  • Wildlife identification

You will also have an introduction to woodland management and woodland ecology overview.

At the end of the morning you will have gained knowledge to identify common species of plants and animals in woodlands and enrich your spring woodland walks.

On our Woodland in spring course you will walk approximately 3 miles on public footpaths alongside the beautiful Harewood Forest.

Is this course for me?
This course is suitable for you if you are interested in exploring Hampshire’s woodlands and you would like to understand basic woodland wildlife species and ecology.

When and where?
Friday 3 May 2019 – 9.30am to 12.30pm
Please arrive 10 minutes before the course is due to start

We will be meeting at Crab Wood, Sarum Road, Hursley, Winchester. SO22 5QS

What do I need to bring?

  • Appropriate clothing for walking outside for the weather on the day.
  • Comfortable and sturdy walking boots.
  • Binoculars may be useful if you have them.
  • Refreshments.

Tutor
Susan Simmonds – Assistant Education Officer

How to Apply

To book on this course please visit our website

Please mention ConservationJobs.co.uk when enrolling in this Course!

Key Information

Start date:

3rd May 2019 at 9:30am

Cost:

35.00

Organisation:

Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust

Type:

Short

Sectors:

Biodiversity, Conservation, Environment, Nature & Wildlife

Location:

Hampshire, United Kingdom

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