- Centre: Epping Forest
- Tutor: Jeff Clarke and Paul Hill
- Date : Sunday 14 October
- Level: Beginners
- Age Range: adult
- Non-Resident: £41.75
This course has been cancelled.
Moths, beetles, ladybirds, woodlouse, slugs and snails are just a few of the terrestrial invertebrates found in Epping Forest. This course will demonstrate some simple collecting techniques together with a basic introduction to a wide range of invertebrate orders.
This course will run from 09.00 to 17.00, includes lunch at a local public house and a free FSC Guide to Ladybirds of the British Isles.
Jeff Clarke is a freelance ecologist and educator with 21 years of experience. He is also a County Recorder for ladybirds in his native Cheshire. Jeff lives, eats and breathes the natural world. His specialisms are wide ranging from mammals to moths. He is a member of the Lancashire and Cheshire Entomological Society (LCES). You can find out more about him from his website at www.jeffclarkeecology.co.uk
Paul Hill is a freelance ecologist and owner of BioQuip, the natural history equipment suppliers. In his spare time he is a committee member of the LCES. His main entomological interests are dragonflies and damselflies (he was co-author with Colin Twist of the best selling Butterflies and Dragonflies: a site guide) he has seen all the UK's resident dragonflies and damselflies, plus most of the migrants. His other interests are lepidoptera, grasshoppers and crickets (he is the County Orthoptera Recorder for Cheshire).
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