• Bat Conservation Trust

    Led by Bat Conservation Trust. BCT organises a range of courses for professionals and volunteers. For more information or to book visit: www.bats.org.uk/events or phone 020 7820 7169… Read More

  • Dan Puplett

    Dan Puplett is a naturalist, conservationist and environmental educator, and has been involved in a wide range of conservation projects. He is a certified wildlife tracker and is one of the first people in Europe to achieve a 100% score in Track and Sign under the rigorous international system for… Read More

  • Rebecca Yahr

    Rebecca Yahr has been running lichen courses at Kindrogan Field Centre and elsewhere for a number of years. She is lichenologist at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, with research interests in the evolution, ecology and distribution of lichens and their symbiotic partnerships. A botanist and lichenologist by training, she has… Read More

  • Bruce Ing

    Bruce Ing has been studying fungi for fifty years and is a world authority on the slime moulds. He has published on several groups of plant pathogens and is well known in the field of international fungal conservation. Read More

  • Paul Gannon

    The course is led by Paul Gannon, author of Rock Trails Snowdonia and Rock Trails Lakeland, hill walkers’ guides to the geology and scenery of these volcanic landscapes. Paul is a science and technology writer and holds a Mountain Leader Award. He lives in Llanberis at the foot of Snowdon… Read More

  • Bob and Annie Haycock

    Bob Haycock, until his retirement, worked for the Countryside Council for Wales, as Senior Reserves Manager in Pembrokeshire with responsibility for managing national nature reserves. Annie Haycock is a professional naturalist and keen wildlife photographer, working with birds, butterflies, bees and mammals. They are joint Regional Representatives in the area… Read More

  • Clive Hurford

    Clive Hurford is a professional ecologist and experienced course tutor. He leads the Conservation Monitoring Team for Natural Resources Wales, and has co-authored books on habitat and species monitoring. Read More

  • Jerry Dicker

    Jerry Dicker is an Oxford graduate, a former primary head teacher and a member of the Arboricultural Association and the Small Woods Association. He worked for 20 years as a consulting arborist and maintains a strong interest in wildlife conservation, particularly the study of woodlands.  He is a warden and… Read More

  • Richard King

    Richard King trained as a biologist specialising in environmental science and this led him to understand the importance of eco-sustainable industries. He has spent over 10 years as a professional green wood worker and furniture maker with his work being in high demand across East Anglia. Read More

  • Chris Evans

    The tutor is Chris Evans from Applewood Permaculture Centre in North Herefordshire, who is an internationally renown permaculture activist and educator, and has many years’ experience of establishing, maintaining and teaching about forest gardening. He is also a UK assessment level tutor for apprentices working towards their diploma in applied permaculture design… Read More