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Insects - the most abundant group of creatures on the planet

Thursday 20th July 2017

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Kieron Huston will tell you all about the most common ones and see how many can be spotted in the Trust’s garden and at Gang Mine Nature Reserve.

Insects are the most abundant group of creatures on the planet. Kieron Huston will tell you all about the most common ones and see how many can be spotted in the Trust’s garden and at Gang Mine Nature Reserve. The course will take place on Saturday 12th August from 9.30am-4pm.


Derbyshire Wildlife Trust wants everyone to love looking at, identifying, reporting and recording the wonderful wildlife in Derbyshire, so they’ve put together a training programme to take you from beginner to quietly confident.
The training is at beginner’s level and given by either Derbyshire Wildlife Trust staff or friends of the Trust, all of whom wish to share their passion. Each day-long workshop is a mixture of indoor and outdoor activity held at the Trust’s Middleton HQ in a friendly relaxed atmosphere, with fieldwork taking place nearby.


You don’t need any previous experience or expensive kit – you just need to have an interest in wildlife and a zest for knowledge! All training is £35 per person per day. Places are strictly limited to maximise the learning experience. If you would like to take part, please book on to the course by calling the Trust on 01773 881188.