Charnwood Forest Species Recording and Identification – Session 6: Introduction to winter tree identification

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Charnwood Forest Species Recording and Identification – Session 6: Introduction to winter tree identification

Location: Zoom online, Online event
The next session in our Charnwood Forest Species Identification and Recording Project training series introduces winter tree identification.

Event details

Date

Time
1:00pm - 2:00pm
A static map of Charnwood Forest Species Recording and Identification – Session 6: Introduction to winter tree identification

About the event

As we near the winter season with most leaves having already fallen, join us for an introduction to identifying trees using just the buds, twigs and bark. We will explore some of the key features to look out for and work through a specific identification key for winter twigs.

Wildlife recording is an essential part of managing Charnwood Forest’s landscape, and over the next few years, there will be a range of opportunities online and out on site to increase your knowledge, skills and confidence in identifying and recording flowers and grasses, birds, butterflies, hedgerow species, fungi, trees and much more. Anyone can get involved in wildlife recording and the more quality records we have, the better we can care for Charnwood Forest. Part of the National Lottery Heritage Fund Charnwood Forest Landscape Partnership scheme.

The event will be online via Zoom. We will provide you with all the details you need to log into Zoom and join the webinar once you have registered. 

If you can’t make the session, it will be available to view afterwards for those who have registered, so you won’t miss out.

Catch up on previous sessions and download the spotter sheets here.

Booking

Price

Free

Contact us

Claire Sambridge
Contact email: csambridge@lrwt.org.uk