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2016 Sussex Wildlife Trust Course Programme

michaelblencowe

Fellow Adastrans,

 

 I'll be taking on a larger role in organising the Sussex Wildlife Trust education course programme in the future and I'm looking to use my new powers to give people the opportunity to learn more about Sussex wildlife - and then get them out recording across the county.

 

My plan is to recruit a whole army of new wildlife recorders. And then annex Woolmer Forest and claim it as part of Sussex.

 

Sussex Wildlife Trust offers a wide range of education courses each year from Bryophytes to Bats and everything in between.

It’s a great opportunity to start learning about a new species or group whether for enjoyment, your career or, more importantly,  to assist in recording and conservation.

 

Courses are mainly run from our Woods Mill HQ but we also use other venues from Ebernoe to Rye.

 

The list of 2016’s courses is below but full details, along with booking information, are available on our website at

https://sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk/whats-on

…where you’ll also find information about hundreds of other wildlife events we are running across the county.

 

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions please drop me an email at [hidden email]

(don't reply to this email as that goes to everybody and annoys them) or come and have a chat with me at my beautiful display stall at Adastra.

 

See you on Saturday.

 

Michael Blencowe

 

[hidden email]

                                

Feb 26                   Common Woodland Bryophytes        

Mar 5&6               Introduction to Hoverflies (FULLY BOOKED)                        

Mar 5                    Willow Basket Making                                   

Apr 8                     Small Mammals of Sussex

Apr 8                     A Beginners Guide to Raptors (FULLY BOOKED)

Apr 9 &  10          Beginning Nature Photography

Apr 16 & 17         Introduction to Bees (FULLY BOOKED)

May 7                    Building a Garden Pond for Wildlife        

May 8                    Introduction to Nature Photography      

May 12                 An Evening with Nightingales    

May 13, 14,15    Botanical Illustration (FULLY BOOKED)

May 14                 Willow Sculpture for the Garden               

May 15                 Sussex Seashore Identification 

May 16                 An Evening with Nightingales    

May 20                 An Evening with Bats     

May 21                 Wild Flowers of Sussex 

May 25                 Wildlife and the Planning Process            

May 27                 Ecology of the Hazel Dormouse

June 9                   Wildflower Meadows - Creation, Management & Enjoyment     

June 10                 An Introduction to Beetles         

June 18 &19        Beginning Nature Photography

June 25                 Dragonflies & Damselflies           

June 25                 Introduction to Moths  

July 1 &  2            Identifying Grasses, Sedges & Rushes   

July 8th                 An Evening with Glow Worms   

July                        Summer Butterflies of Sussex   

July 9                     Natural History of Bumblebees 

July 17                   An Introduction to Bumblee Ecology & Identification      

August 7 & 14     Carve a Stylised Leaf or Wild Flower Plaque        

Sep 8                     Ecology of the Hazel Dormouse               

Sep 17                   Autumn Wildlife Migration         

Sep 17 & 18         Beginning Nature Photography Woods

Sep  30                  Harvest Mouse Ecology & Survey

Oct 16                    The Owls of Sussex

Nov 3                     Introduction to Fungi    

Nov 5                     An Introduction to the UK’s Gulls                

Nov 5 & 6             Improving Nature Photography

Dec 16                   Habitat Management for Invertebrates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 www.sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk

                          
 
 
 
 

 

 

 


Sussex Wildlife Trust is a company limited by guarantee under the Companies Act. Registered in England, Company No. 698851. Registered Charity No. 207005. VAT Registration No. 191 305969. Registered Office: Woods Mill, Henfield, West Sussex BN5 9SD. Telephone 01273 492630

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Re: 2016 Sussex Wildlife Trust Course Programme

Steven Falk
Hi Michael,
 
Looking forward to the workshop - it will be the first of about 10 that are now arranged. I've attached an equipment list that you might wish to send to delegates, to show what equipment is need to continue bee recording after the workshop. Hopefully some delegates will already have some of this equipment. Just noticed that W&D have moved to Herefordshire!
 
Funny ol' spring but I reckon we should hit the Blackthorn peak which was what I was hoping for
 
All the best,
 
Steven
 
 
Steven Falk BSc ARCS FRES
Entomologist-Artist-Photographer
mobile: 0781 555 7263
Twitter: @StevenFalk1
 
 
Flickr Image library at:
 
 
2012 winner of the Royal Entomological Society Marsh Award for Insect Conservation
 


From: Adastra [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of [hidden email]
Sent: 02 February 2016 15:39
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [Adastra] 2016 Sussex Wildlife Trust Course Programme

Fellow Adastrans,

 

 I'll be taking on a larger role in organising the Sussex Wildlife Trust education course programme in the future and I'm looking to use my new powers to give people the opportunity to learn more about Sussex wildlife - and then get them out recording across the county.

 

My plan is to recruit a whole army of new wildlife recorders. And then annex Woolmer Forest and claim it as part of Sussex.

 

Sussex Wildlife Trust offers a wide range of education courses each year from Bryophytes to Bats and everything in between.

It’s a great opportunity to start learning about a new species or group whether for enjoyment, your career or, more importantly,  to assist in recording and conservation.

 

Courses are mainly run from our Woods Mill HQ but we also use other venues from Ebernoe to Rye.

 

The list of 2016’s courses is below but full details, along with booking information, are available on our website at

https://sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk/whats-on

…where you’ll also find information about hundreds of other wildlife events we are running across the county.

 

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions please drop me an email at [hidden email]

(don't reply to this email as that goes to everybody and annoys them) or come and have a chat with me at my beautiful display stall at Adastra.

 

See you on Saturday.

 

Michael Blencowe

 

[hidden email]

                                

Feb 26                   Common Woodland Bryophytes        

Mar 5&6               Introduction to Hoverflies (FULLY BOOKED)                        

Mar 5                    Willow Basket Making                                   

Apr 8                     Small Mammals of Sussex

Apr 8                     A Beginners Guide to Raptors (FULLY BOOKED)

Apr 9 &  10          Beginning Nature Photography

Apr 16 & 17         Introduction to Bees (FULLY BOOKED)

May 7                    Building a Garden Pond for Wildlife        

May 8                    Introduction to Nature Photography      

May 12                 An Evening with Nightingales    

May 13, 14,15    Botanical Illustration (FULLY BOOKED)

May 14                 Willow Sculpture for the Garden               

May 15                 Sussex Seashore Identification 

May 16                 An Evening with Nightingales    

May 20                 An Evening with Bats     

May 21                 Wild Flowers of Sussex 

May 25                 Wildlife and the Planning Process            

May 27                 Ecology of the Hazel Dormouse

June 9                   Wildflower Meadows - Creation, Management & Enjoyment     

June 10                 An Introduction to Beetles         

June 18 &19        Beginning Nature Photography

June 25                 Dragonflies & Damselflies           

June 25                 Introduction to Moths  

July 1 &  2            Identifying Grasses, Sedges & Rushes   

July 8th                 An Evening with Glow Worms   

July                        Summer Butterflies of Sussex   

July 9                     Natural History of Bumblebees 

July 17                   An Introduction to Bumblee Ecology & Identification      

August 7 & 14     Carve a Stylised Leaf or Wild Flower Plaque        

Sep 8                     Ecology of the Hazel Dormouse               

Sep 17                   Autumn Wildlife Migration         

Sep 17 & 18         Beginning Nature Photography Woods

Sep  30                  Harvest Mouse Ecology & Survey

Oct 16                    The Owls of Sussex

Nov 3                     Introduction to Fungi    

Nov 5                     An Introduction to the UK’s Gulls                

Nov 5 & 6             Improving Nature Photography

Dec 16                   Habitat Management for Invertebrates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 www.sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk

                          
 
 
 
 

 

 

 


Sussex Wildlife Trust is a company limited by guarantee under the Companies Act. Registered in England, Company No. 698851. Registered Charity No. 207005. VAT Registration No. 191 305969. Registered Office: Woods Mill, Henfield, West Sussex BN5 9SD. Telephone 01273 492630


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Re: 2016 Sussex Wildlife Trust Course Programme

Steven Falk
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Sorry about that Adastrians - that last E-mail was supposed to go to Michael Blencowe only, but if you fancy recording bees or other pollinators, it's a useful list.
 
Best wishes and see some of you soon,
 
Steven 
 
Steven Falk BSc ARCS FRES
Entomologist-Artist-Photographer
mobile: 0781 555 7263
Twitter: @StevenFalk1
 
 
Flickr Image library at:
 
 
2012 winner of the Royal Entomological Society Marsh Award for Insect Conservation
 


From: Adastra [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of [hidden email]
Sent: 02 February 2016 15:39
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [Adastra] 2016 Sussex Wildlife Trust Course Programme

Fellow Adastrans,

 

 I'll be taking on a larger role in organising the Sussex Wildlife Trust education course programme in the future and I'm looking to use my new powers to give people the opportunity to learn more about Sussex wildlife - and then get them out recording across the county.

 

My plan is to recruit a whole army of new wildlife recorders. And then annex Woolmer Forest and claim it as part of Sussex.

 

Sussex Wildlife Trust offers a wide range of education courses each year from Bryophytes to Bats and everything in between.

It’s a great opportunity to start learning about a new species or group whether for enjoyment, your career or, more importantly,  to assist in recording and conservation.

 

Courses are mainly run from our Woods Mill HQ but we also use other venues from Ebernoe to Rye.

 

The list of 2016’s courses is below but full details, along with booking information, are available on our website at

https://sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk/whats-on

…where you’ll also find information about hundreds of other wildlife events we are running across the county.

 

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions please drop me an email at [hidden email]

(don't reply to this email as that goes to everybody and annoys them) or come and have a chat with me at my beautiful display stall at Adastra.

 

See you on Saturday.

 

Michael Blencowe

 

[hidden email]

                                

Feb 26                   Common Woodland Bryophytes        

Mar 5&6               Introduction to Hoverflies (FULLY BOOKED)                        

Mar 5                    Willow Basket Making                                   

Apr 8                     Small Mammals of Sussex

Apr 8                     A Beginners Guide to Raptors (FULLY BOOKED)

Apr 9 &  10          Beginning Nature Photography

Apr 16 & 17         Introduction to Bees (FULLY BOOKED)

May 7                    Building a Garden Pond for Wildlife        

May 8                    Introduction to Nature Photography      

May 12                 An Evening with Nightingales    

May 13, 14,15    Botanical Illustration (FULLY BOOKED)

May 14                 Willow Sculpture for the Garden               

May 15                 Sussex Seashore Identification 

May 16                 An Evening with Nightingales    

May 20                 An Evening with Bats     

May 21                 Wild Flowers of Sussex 

May 25                 Wildlife and the Planning Process            

May 27                 Ecology of the Hazel Dormouse

June 9                   Wildflower Meadows - Creation, Management & Enjoyment     

June 10                 An Introduction to Beetles         

June 18 &19        Beginning Nature Photography

June 25                 Dragonflies & Damselflies           

June 25                 Introduction to Moths  

July 1 &  2            Identifying Grasses, Sedges & Rushes   

July 8th                 An Evening with Glow Worms   

July                        Summer Butterflies of Sussex   

July 9                     Natural History of Bumblebees 

July 17                   An Introduction to Bumblee Ecology & Identification      

August 7 & 14     Carve a Stylised Leaf or Wild Flower Plaque        

Sep 8                     Ecology of the Hazel Dormouse               

Sep 17                   Autumn Wildlife Migration         

Sep 17 & 18         Beginning Nature Photography Woods

Sep  30                  Harvest Mouse Ecology & Survey

Oct 16                    The Owls of Sussex

Nov 3                     Introduction to Fungi    

Nov 5                     An Introduction to the UK’s Gulls                

Nov 5 & 6             Improving Nature Photography

Dec 16                   Habitat Management for Invertebrates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 www.sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk

                          
 
 
 
 

 

 

 


Sussex Wildlife Trust is a company limited by guarantee under the Companies Act. Registered in England, Company No. 698851. Registered Charity No. 207005. VAT Registration No. 191 305969. Registered Office: Woods Mill, Henfield, West Sussex BN5 9SD. Telephone 01273 492630

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