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Course starts at 10.00am and finishes at 4.00pm each day
Fee: £160 per person (includes hot drinks during classroom sessions)
Course summary

Do you want to learn more about nature? Have you ever wondered whose footprint that is? Would you like to know who has been munching on those nuts or pine cones?  Then this is the course for you.

On this new Wildlife Identification and Tracking course we will learn to visually identify mammals, birds, reptiles & amphibians. We will explore tracks, feathers, skulls & bones, scat, homes & resting places, kill sites, feeding signs, owl pellets and more!

This course is aimed at anyone interested in wildlife and conservation. Whether you are a keen amateur or developing a career in the Environment / Outdoor Education sector this course is for you.

We will also put out some footprint tunnels, use Longworth small mammal traps, make footprint casts, as well as place out some trail cameras.

On Day 2 & 3 we will visit other local interesting sites, where we may discover other animals, looking for tracks, feeding signs, feathers, homes & resting places, etc.

What we find and discuss will vary on each course depending on the season, weather and what we discover.

The Plan for this course may vary, however.

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Apprentice teachers
No apprentice teacher places available on this course
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Course type
Engagement style
Face to face

Postal address of venue

Denmark Farm Conservation Centre
Betws Bledrws
SA48 8PB
United Kingdom

Course contact email
Contact name
Mara Morris
Contact telephone number
01570 493358

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