Our successful training programme in wildlife identification and surveying continues with a variety of fantastic and free opportunities for all. The workshops will help equip participants to engage positively with their local environment and encourage them to actively record wildlife sightings in their local area.
The next few months will see a focus on autumnal and winter wildlife as summer draws to a close. Don’t be discouraged though, as their is still plenty to explore during the colder months.
(N.E Wildlife 2017, Turkey Tail Fungus)
For example why not come out and explore the beauty of tree identification in the winter at Elsecar, explore the woodland floor at Worsbrough for discarded harvest mice nests, or have a go at identifying the colour and varieties of mosses at West Haigh Woods…
Any age, skill level or background their is something for everyone, from absolute beginner to families and naturalists alike. We are a friendly group who learn from one another.
For details of all our upcoming and future events please visit our ‘What’s On‘ page and book on.
(Broomhill Flash LNR in late Autumn)
Locations in the Dearne
This event can be found at the following locations:
Howell Wood lies at the westernmost point of the Borough, in the Parish of Clayton with Frickley. It is located at the end of Burntwood Lane…
Cathill is located just off the Cathill roundabout in Darfield. Today the site boosts a mosaic of habitats including remnants from the old stone quarry, heathland,…
West Haigh Woods
West Haigh Woods is a large ancient woodland area located near Grimethorpe, South Yorkshire.
New Park Springs
New Park Springs is a site comprised of wetlands, grassland and woodlands located in Grimethorpe, South Yorkshire.
Elsecar Heritage Centre
The Elsecar Heritage Centre is a family attraction located in the village of Elsecar, South Yorkshire.
Worsbrough Mill and Reservoir
Worsbrough Mill is a working 17th century water mill located in a 240 acre Country Park in Worsbrough, South Yorkshire.