There’s a lot more to the birds we encounter during a day in the hills than just “Little Brown Jobs”. Join Alex on a guided walk and learn about the types of bird present in our hills, moorlands and mountains.
This workshop will cover:
This workshop is orientated towards anyone operating in the upland environment under a professional leadership context; award holders and trainees alike. However, it is also suitable for those wishing to simply increase their own understanding of birds for personal enjoyment.
We will be out for around 4 hours. An ‘aide memoire’ and other learning resources will be distributed electronically after the event. This workshop is eligible for MTA, AMI and BAIML CPD points.
Please come suitably dressed for a morning on the hill with personal food and drink. Bring binoculars if you have them, a notepad and pen.
Alex Rhodes is an outdoor instructor and naturalist based in the Southwest who runs Summit Sense – incorporating environmental learning into traditional leadership & skills instruction. He has a BSc in Zoology, holds the ML and RCI awards and is currently consolidating the MCI award ahead of assessment. Alongside this, Alex works as guide for the Scottish-based birdwatching tour operator Heatherlea.
To book, please follow this link to Eventbrite and quote your Association number if applicable: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/84733719837