Date(s) - 13 Jan 2018
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Join us for this half day workshop gaining a better understanding of wildlife, via owl pellet analysis.
Identifying small animal bones from owl pellets is a fascinating way to discover what owls are actually eating. It can also give us information about what kinds of small animals are in particular habitats – and is a great way to discover rarer species like the harvest mouse! The workshop is a short introduction and is intended to help participants separate and identify prey remains.
After arrival and refreshments the owl pellet analysis event will run in two parts; a short ‘classroom’ presentation followed by a practical workshop. All equipment and materials will be provided.
Places are limited to twelve participants per event and must be booked in advance.