Wildlife Tracking and Bird Language
Sun, 14 June 2020 @ 14:00 - 16:30
Experience an eye-opening exploration and bring out the Sherlock Holmes in you as we piece together the evidence on this wildlife detective walk!
Join a certified wildlife tracker on this wildlife walk exploring the fascinating world of woodland birds and animals and the many clues they leave behind. Learning to track gives us a glimpse into the secret lives of the wildlife around us. You will also learn to identify bird calls, and when we add to this ‘bird language’ – the art of interpreting bird calls and behaviour – a whole new world opens up! Learn how to spot owls, sparrowhawks and more by paying close attention to what other birds are up to. Experience an eye-opening exploration and bring out the Sherlock Holmes in you as we piece together the evidence on this wildlife detective walk!
Dan Puplett is a naturalist, conservationist and outdoor educator providing training in a range of nature-based skills, as well as opportunities to get closer to the fantastic fauna and flora of our planet. His company, Dan Puplett Nature Awareness, offers a high-quality service for those who want to protect, understand, connect to or simply enjoy the natural world. Dan provides public and bespoke courses, guided walks, environmental education and more.
As well as public events, Dan delivers professional services for a range of organisations and has featured on BBC’s Landward programme and Radio 4. His clients have included Aigas Field Centre, Field Studies Council, National Trust, Woodland Trust Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage, Trees for Life & Wilderness Awareness School.
Bring binoculars (optional)