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Dormouse torpor in hand by Rhys Owen-Roberts

This event is now fully booked. Please email  ian.white@ptes.org to be placed on the waiting list.  We will look at dormouse ecology, their conservation and relevant legislation. In addition we will consider how to survey for dormice and how to set up a regular monitoring site and the requirements both to obtain a disturbance license and …

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dormouse on box

We will look at the ecology of dormice, their conservation and relevant legislation. We will also consider woodland management for the species with appropriate examples in the woodland on the Reserve. In addition we will check some dormouse boxes at Briddlesford and we would expect to see dormice.   This course is an excellent first …

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dormouse in hand

THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL– TO BE ADDED TO THE WAITING LIST CONTACT ian.white@ptes.org We will look at the ecology of dormice, their conservation and relevant legislation. In addition we will consider how to survey for dormice and how to set up a regular monitoring site and the requirements both to obtain a disturbance license …

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Veteran Oak in wood pasture. Moccas Park

Wood pasture is an important habitat, positively teeming with life and vital to preserve. Characterised by big old trees growing in open pasture-land, wood pastures are often derived from medieval hunting forests and old wooded commons. The splendid trees they often contain are some of the oldest living things in our country, providing a direct …

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Bullfinch Adult Male by A Roberts

A fantastic opportunity to see some beautiful woodland birds up close and learn about bird ringing. Join bird ringing professionals as they demonstrate this important survey method to see what is happening in local bird populations. You can also brush up on your ID skills and bird watch from our woodland hut. Event is suitable for …

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Hazel dormouse by Rudd Foppen

This course is now SOLD OUT. If you would like to be added to the waiting list in case of any cancellations, please contact susan.sharafi@ptes.org. The course is intended for foresters, woodland managers and conservation officers to help them manage woods for dormice. The aim of the course will be twofold: To provide an understanding …

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dormouse handling

We will look at the ecology of dormice, their conservation and relevant legislation on this dormouse training course. In addition we will consider how to survey for dormice and how to set up a regular monitoring site and the requirements both to obtain a disturbance license and a mitigation license. There will be plenty of …

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dormouse ecology small

This event is now SOLD OUT – please email enquiries@ptes.org to be added to the waiting list and/or be the first to know if additional dates are scheduled. We will look at the ecology of dormice, their conservation and relevant legislation. In addition we will check some dormouse boxes at Briddlesford and we would expect …

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Triangle moth

Several unusual and important moth species have been recorded at Briddlesford Copse this year, demonstrating the high quality habitat that it provides for a wide range of fauna. A study by the Isle of Wight Natural History Society in August discovered the tiny Triangle moth (Heterogenea asella), a rare macro moth with a wingspan typically …

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