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This beginner course will introduce you to the ancient art of wildlife tracking. Tracking involves a range of skills. This course will teach you to follow clues, work out what the animal was doing and when, and maybe even find the animal itself.
Please book directly through Field Studies Council
Book online on the Field Studies Council website and use LOCAL20 at checkout for your 20% off discount.
Saturday 3rd June, 10.00-17.00
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
Knowledge level – Beginner (level descriptors can be found on the following web page: Framework and Course Level Descriptions)
Prior Knowledge – No prior knowledge is required, though those with previous experience would still benefit as the tutor is open to answering a range of questions at different levels
Please email [email protected] if you have any questions
This course is suitable for nature enthusiasts, students, early career ecologists, citizen scientists, volunteer surveyors
Tracking is a great way for nature enthusiasts and early conservationists to hone their ability to observe details around them and to build their knowledge of wildlife, specifically their movement and feeding ecology
What will be covered during this course?
This course has been carefully created by expert tutors and educators to help you continue to build and develop your knowledge and apply it within the field surrounded by like-minded individuals.
The course includes:
Please contact the Glenmore Lodge office if you wish to book accommodation and meals for the duration of this course.
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