Saturday 17th November
10.00am - 4.00pm
Tutor: Steve Kirk
A course designed for environmental professionals such as ecological consultants, reserve wardens and other land managers to raise awareness of this important and frequently overlooked small mammal, in this the 250th anniversary year since its discovery. The morning will be spent with a classroom-based presentation on the most up-to-date understanding of harvest mouse ecology, and will also cover different survey techniques to search for the presence of this Species of Principal Importance. There will be an opportunity to view live harvest mice in Wildwood’s captive breeding programme and also to examine specimen nests. The afternoon will be spent in the field surveying and finding evidence of these creatures, to demonstrate some of the factors that might influence their distribution in the environment.
- This event is non-refundable unless cancelled by Wildwood.
- Lunch is not provided.
- For more information on this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01227 711 471.
- If booking for more than one person, please list the names of extra attendees in the space provided.
- To make the course go as smoothly as possible, we ask you to list any allergies or health issues that we can address before the course date.
- After booking is completed, you will be contacted via email to provide any extra information pertinent to your booking.