Pursue an interest in wildlife
Do you want to develop new skills to enhance your personal interest and professional development? We offer a range of practical and accredited courses to suit your interests in field ecology, land management, nature based crafts and outdoor learning to support you to take your knowledge to the next level. Our courses our held at one of our learning centres, either Grow Wilder or Folly Farm.
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The course was brilliant - well planned, interesting and relevant. Matt was a great tutor, getting to know all of us on the course and responding to our expectations and priorities.
A lovely course and a beautiful site to host it in- loved it so much!
Our courses cater to a range of interests and experience, from complete beginners to wildlife enthusiasts.
Previous courses include:
- Spring Bird ID
- Winter Bird ID
- Autumn Bird ID
- Small Mammal ID
- Wildflower Id
- Wildlife Gardening: Take Action for Insects
- Improve your Pond for Wildlife
- Weaving with Waste
- Introduction to Field Ecology
- Discover Autumn Trees
- Eco- Friendly Festive Wreath Making
- Mindfulness and Weaving
We are always adding new courses to our events, please check regularly for new events.
Wildlife ID courses
Do you want to improve your species identification skills and find out more about our amazing local wildlife? Our expert tutors will guide you through key skills, including field identification, making a biological record and managing land for wildlife. Courses cover a range of themes and are aimed at beginners who want to further their knowledge in natural history and biological recording.
Wild skills training
Get hands on and learn new skills in habitat creation and land management. Our practical courses let you learn by doing, with the support of our experienced tutors and the option of completing AQA-accredited qualifications as part of your training.
Grow Leader course
Gain the skills and experience needed to become an effective facilitator in engagement with ecological land management and food growing. Apply to be a Grow Leader at Feed Bristol and you could take part in the training for free.
Professional development for educators
Our practical programmes will help develop your knowledge, skills and confidence to deliver inspiring outdoor learning programmes with your class or group. Courses can be tailor-made to your needs and interests, covering everything from curriculum-linked programmes and practical conservation to bushcraft and wild play.
Find out more
If you have other questions about how we can help you
develop your skills and knowledge, get in touch
01179 177 270