Woodland Mammal ID & Tracking Techniques – Singleton Environmental Centre
Learn how to spot signs of mammals and have an opportunity to handle animal skulls! See mammals in a whole different way using techniques that you had never dreamt of!
- 7 May 2016
Run in partnership with Wildwood Trust.
Learn the best techniques needed to recognise and identify our native woodland mammals.
You will also get a chance to handle animal skulls and learn how to recognise field signs.
After the interactive workshop session, you will head out into the Local Nature Reserve (Ashford Community Woodland) and near by ancient woodland (Coleman’s Kitchen Wood) to use your new found skills to discover which woodland mammals are present.
This course is part funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
The course is free to attend although we actively encourage donations, which will contribute towards the work The Conservation Volunteers do with communities and young people throughout Kent.
Our suggested donation for this course is £10. Please give what you can.
Suitable for all abilities (some walking is involved)
Course will involve indoor and outdoor sessions – sturdy shoes and outdoor clothing is recommended!
Booking is essential and spaces are limited – please get in touch soon to book your place!