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Mammal Identification

  • Location: Kindrogan
  • Tutor: The Mammal Society
  • Dates: Friday 15 June 2018 to Sunday 17 June 2018
  • Times: 05:00 PM - 03:00 PM
  • Level: Open for Everyone
  • This course is run in partnership with Mammal Society:

This course is now historical and therefore no bookings can be taken. Explore our current programme of courses here

Suitable for all levels of experience, this two and a half day course in beautiful surroundings is an excellent, in depth introduction to the mammals of Britain and Ireland and the techniques used to spot them in their habitat including sightings, calls and field signs. In the classroom you will cover identification techniques for each terrestrial species and learn how to put your skills into practice by recording mammals in the field. The course also includes practical sessions including a number of live small mammal trapping opportunities and owl pellet analysis. You will also have the chance to sit an optional assessment, which, if passed, will earn you a Certificate in Basic Mammal Identification jointly accredited by The Mammal Society and the Field Studies Council.

Led by Mammal Society Trainers

Full weekend fee (includes all tuition, meals and accommodation) £264
Full weekend fee for members of The Mammal Society £234
Student/concessionary members of The Mammal Society £195

This course is booked directly with The Mammal Society

For booking information or more details please contact: The Mammal Society 18 St John’s Church Road London E9 6EJ Tel: 02380 010 984 email: [email protected] www.mammal.org.uk

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