Bird ID (Residential – Castle Head Field Centre)
- Steve Piotrowski
Saturday, August 10, 2019 - 16:00 to Monday, August 12, 2019 - 14:00
- Places available
Gain confidence identifying birds by sight and sound, with plenty of opportunities to put what you have learned into practice.
Develop your bird identification skills on this weekend course for relative beginners. Expect a combination of indoor sessions covering the basics of bird identification and outdoor sessions to build your confidence in the field. This excellent venue offers access to a wide range of birds, habitats and reserves, and the course is timed to coincide with autumn wader passage.
This course aims to provide you with the following:
- A detailed introduction to the common birds of various lowland habitats.
- Identification tips for a range of common birds, including passage waders, by sight and sound.
- An introduction to BirdTrack.
- A brief overview of other rewarding BTO surveys.
- Amply opportunity to practice your identification skills in the field.
Our weekend residential courses in 2019 cost £250. The price includes accommodation at the Field Centre, breakfasts, packed lunches and cooked evening meals (from Friday evening to Sunday lunchtime inclusive), tuition and course materials.
Field Centre accommodation is in twin / double rooms. Please enquire if you would like a single room, which may be available for a supplement but cannot be guaranteed.
A non-residential price of £170 is also available, which includes packed lunches and evening meals but not bed or breakfast. Please ask for more details, though note that there are both pre-breakfast and post-dinner activities.
Online booking is available for this event but if you have any queries about booking a place, please email Anne.Cotton [at] bto.org or ring 01786 458021.
Bird ID (residential)
Set in woodland in the Conwy valley just outside Betws-y-coed, this great venue offers access to a wide range of different habitats in which to watch and learn about birds.
Bird ID (residential)
This excellent venue offers access to a huge range of birds, habitats and reserves.