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Invertebrate Surveying Techniques

Time/Date - 09:30 - 16:30, Wed 7 Jun 2017

Wildlife training courses by renowned experts from around Britain and Ireland.
Invertebrate surveying � Pauline Campbellampbell_600.jpg
This course will look at techniques and methods used to study and record invertebrate species, from setting pitfall traps, to sweeping with nets. We will also look at how to handle specimens and build your collection.

Leader
: Roy Anderson

Location: Cultra Manor, Training Room

Additional Information


Centre for Environmental Data and Recording (CEDaR) Training Courses are aimed at anyone interested in wildlife. It is hoped that attendees will become wildlife recorders; recording what they see around them and submitting their records to CEDaR Online Recording – www.habitas.org.uk/records.
  • These are adult education courses and not suitable for young children. Anyone under 18 attending must be accompanied by an adult.
  • This course is suitable for beginners.
  • Suitable clothing and footwear for outdoor fieldwork is essential.
  • Please bring a packed lunch although there is a café on site about a 10 minutes’ walk from the Manor.

For further information, contact Pauline Campbell, CEDaR Database Officer:

Tickets


Tickets are £25 per person. Booking in advance is essential. To book please click "Buy Tickets" on this page.

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