The Angler’s Riverfly Monitoring Initiative (ARMI) helps rivers to be monitored more widely and at greater frequency than is possible by the Environment Agency alone.
Join us at the National Trust's Loe Pool to observe and gain an understanding of key breeding bird species of woodland, wetland and open water.
Natural England's Matthew Shepherd will be coaching us in the identification of a species group which is rarely recorded but is vital for our soil ecology and always beneath out feet!
To many, they are pests attacking trees and shrubs. To us they are an important part of our wide and diverse Cornish fauna which is all too often overlooked.
Come and learn how to identify, record and appreciate the commonly found native and nonnative trees found in the Cornish countryside.
This field trip serves not only as an introduction to Dragonflies and Damselflies and their ecology and habitat requirements but as a useful guide to surveying skill and an opportunity to see the BAP species Scarce Blue-tailed Damselfly
PondNet is offering free species identification and survey technique training for its volunteers and the general public.
National expert Dr Juliet Brodie from the Natural History Museum will be coming all the way down to Cornwall to lead us on a weekend devoted to seaweeds. Explore the coastal jungle beneath the tidal waters and learn how to
After his successful workshop last year looking at 'Plants in the Living Landscape', Keith Spurgin returns to coach us in the identification of grasses.
Lichens come in a vast array of shapes and colours. Though daunting at first, there are many common species which can be easily identified once you know what to look for. Cornwall is also home to many rare and in some cases bizarre species.
Although it is always preferable to identify species in the field, many species groups require close examination or even dissection under the microscope. This workshop explains the best practice for taking specimens and how to ensur