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July 2019

Ecology and Conservation of Bats

July 22nd @ 5:30 pm - 10:30 pm
High Wray Basecamp, Volunteer Centre
High Wray, Nr Ambleside LA22 0JE United Kingdom
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Talk concerning the ecology of British bats, methods of conserving, discussion and examples of bat habitat (this will involve a walk around the land near to basecamp) break for food then partaking in a roost emergence count at basecamp. This will be led by John Hooson Wildlife Advisor for the National trust in the North West. There will be a BBQ available to those who are attending. Room is available to stay at Basecamp for those who need it (i.e.…

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South East AGM & Veteran Tree Management Day

July 26th @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Burnham Beeches, The Dell Car Park, Hawthorn Lane
Farnham Common, Buckinghamshire SL2 3TE United Kingdom
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We will be hosting this year’s South East regional AGM at the wonderful Burnham Beeches. Helen Read, author of Veteran Trees: A guide to good management, will take us on a guided walk around the woodlands. We will discuss the principles behind the practical management of Veteran Trees. This is a fantastic opportunity for members to meet one of the country’s leading experts in this field. The day will also include some short presentations on various topics, from controlling antisocial…

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August 2019

Ecology and Conservation Workshop for Dormice

August 9th @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
High Elms Country Park, Shire Lane
Orpington, Kent BR6 7JH United Kingdom
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As advertised in the winter newsletter the South East Region are launching a new range of training days which specifically help rangers, wardens and volunteers accumulate evidence working towards individual Natural England class licences. Delegates must indicate their wish to work towards a class 1 licence so the organisers can prepare the correct number of evidence handbooks. This event is provided to prepare delegates for a class 1 dormice licence. We will cover the following: current legislation relevant to dormice;…

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Introduction to Interpretation; Planning & Installation Methods

August 23rd @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Belhus Woods Country Park, Romford Road, Aveley
South Ockenden, Essex RM15 4XJ United Kingdom
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Suitable for attendees planning a nature trail, way markers and interpretation panels on their site. Topics which will be covered during the day will include the following: Planning Design Target audience Attendees will need to bring suitable clothing for working outside. For more information please contact Phil Bolton, Wildthing Wildlife Consultants Ltd, on 01304 840385 or phil@countrysidemanagement.org.uk Fee: CMA Members £5 (to cover materials and costs), Non CMA Members £45 (to cover materials and costs), booking fees apply. Closing date for bookings Friday…

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