New biodiversity ID training courses from Field Studies Council

The Field Studies Council has some new and exciting Natural History Courses throughout 2022.

There are multi-day experiences which will allow you to immerse yourself in some of Britain’s best wildlife. These intermediate courses, a partnership with Manchester Metropolitan University, will really delve into the subject.

Other courses will take place virtually or face to face over days or the course of a few weeks and will cover a broad range of subjects.

Why sign up?

Connect meaningfully with biodiversity where you live, study and work.

  • 30+ more courses announced every three months
  • Discover new species. Experience new habitats.
  • Meet friends and tutors. Explore folklore and artistry.
  • Each course is friendly and accessible to grow your skills and confidence.
  • 20+ subjects including: amphibians, birds (costal, sea, urban), trees, lichens, fungi, marine mammals, bryophytes, mosses, National Vegetation Classification, nature writing, iRecord, tracks/signs, invertebrates, earthworms, insect collections, slugs, spiders, craneflies, ants, millipedes, and more…!
  • Proceeds help fund FSC’s charity to bring environmental education to all.

Places are booking fast, so book now to avoid disappointment.

Further information on the range of courses available and how to book can be found at the website links below:

General information on the range of courses

Intermediate courses with the Manchester Metropolitan University

Field Studies Council Natural History Courses

BioLinks Courses

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