Invertebrate Surveying Techniques
- Centre: Kindrogan
- Tutor: Jeff Clarke and Paul Hill
- Dates : Tuesday 21 August to Saturday 25 August
- Level: Intermediate
- This course is part of our Professional Development programme.
- Non-Resident: £191
- Shared Room: £205
- Sole Occupancy: £255
PLEASE NOTE THE DATE FOR THIS COURSE HAS CHANGED TO 21 - 25 AUGUST.
This course will provide a solid grounding in a wide variety of sampling and surveying techniques for a wide variety of invertebrates. The course will be useful for both amateur naturalists and professional ecologists looking to expand their experience and knowledge. In addition the course will also provide a taster experience for accessible and popular groups including moths, butterflies, dragonflies, hoverflies, grasshoppers, beetles and bugs and there will be time devoted to identification of captured specimens. The course will include field excursions to search for some of the special invertebrates of the region.
Jeff Clarke is a freelance ecologist and environmental educator with a lifelong passion for the natural world. Paul Hill is a freelance ecologist and owner of BioQuip, the natural history equipment suppliers
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