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Introduction to Field Ecology

Location: Feed Bristol, 181 Frenchay Park Road, Bristol, BS16 1HB
Want to know how to improve your general wildlife knowledge and gain practical skills in identifying wildlife? Aimed at aspiring naturalists and anyone wanting to know more about nature, this course gives you the skills needed to accelerate your learning, alongside methods which will serve you long after this one day course. With lots of practical tips and tricks on how to learn wildlife, our hope is you’ll feel ready to tackle any group be it birds, butterflies or botany!

Event details


09:00am - 04:00pm
A static map of Introduction to Field Ecology

About the event

Learning outcomes:

  • Discover the basic principles of identifying any group of wildlife and the outline tools needed for each different taxonomic group i.e. birds, bats, reptiles, small mammals etc.
  • Practice using basic keys and identification books for identifying a range of different species
  • Learn how using specific survey techniques can further your learning and get you closer to wildlife

This course is led by ecologist Matt Collis

Book your place here, or through the Eventbrite link below. 




Suitable for

Adults, Beginners

Know before you go


No dogs permitted


People with limited mobility please contact organiser in advance

Wheelchair access

Wheelchair users please contact organiser in advance


Picnic area
Baby changing facilities

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