This evening course on 30th April 2018 will introduce participants to the Henry Andrews Bat Tree Habitat Key. The course will give participants an understanding of the tree roosting bat species and the features and trees in which they roost. Part of the course will go through survey methodologies, specifically, how to conduct ground level tree assessments for bats. This will give participants the ability to identify potential bat roosting features and to spot features which are occupied by roosting bats. The course will include a short outdoor workshop on endoscope use.
- The course offers great value for money at only £10 per person – The cost has been kept deliberately low to encourage participation in ecology and conservation.
- All attendees will be issued with a certificate of attendance.
- The course will run from 18.00 to 21.00
- The course will involve both an indoor and outdoor sessions and will be taught by Acer Ecology staff and will be held at Acer Ecology’s office in Cardiff Bay.
- The course is aimed at ecologists new to the profession or students looking to improve their knowledge and survey skills.
- Please note that tree climbing will not form part of the course.
Contact us on 029 2065 0331 or firstname.lastname@example.org to enrol.
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