Events

07 Feb 2019 |
Loe Pool, Helston |
Beginner to Intermediate

This course is an excellent introduction to bird watching, birds being relatively easy to see in their winter habitat.

14 Feb 2019 |
Porkellis Village Hall, Helston |
Beginner

This workshop is now FULLY BOOKED but please do email to register your interest in case a space opens up.

15 Apr 2019 |
Penryn Campus |
Intermediate

The Chrysomelidae is a large family of beetles, many of which are brightly coloured, like little gemstones hidden in the vegetation waiting to be discovered.

02 May 2019 |
Launceston |
Beginner to Intermediate

The Environment Agency will be leading a workshop on Freshwater Fish identification.

28 May 2019 |
Cornwall College, Newquay |
Beginner to Intermediate

Our County Recorder for Bumblebees, Patrick Saunders, is leading a workshop to identify the bumblebee species found in Cornwall, both out in the field, and where necessary under closer scrutiny under the microscope.

01 Jun 2019 |
The Cornwall Wildlife Trust, Five Acres, Truro |
Beginner

This workshop is now FULLY BOOKED but please do email to register your interest in case a space opens up.

10 Jun 2019 |
Cabilla and Redrice Woods, Bodmin |
Beginner to Intermediate

Cornwall has the most amazing bryophyte flora including some worldwide rarities. They can form an important part of assemblages for NVC work as well as being fascinating and photogenic for the enthusiastic amateur recorder.

28 Jun 2019 |
Upton Towans, Hayle |
Beginner to Intermediate

Sand dunes take up 2% of the landcover of Cornwall but contain 20% of its floral species, some of which are nationally scarce or rare.

08 Jul 2019 |
Gear Sands, Perranporth |
Beginner to Intermediate

Coastal sand dunes are rich in invertebrates, including beetles, bugs and butterflies, many of which are specially adapted to the habitat and cannot be found elsewhere. Dune slacks in particular are abundant in invertebrate life.

01 Aug 2019 |
Cornwall Wildlife Trust HQ, Allet, Truro |
Intermediate

At first glance, the yellow flowers of the Daisy family (Asteraceae), often known as 'Composites', can all look alike and may appear to be a daunting group for beginners to break into.