Get to know our feathered friends with an expert birder.
Spend three days in beautiful surroundings as you learn how to identify a wide range of different birds, from warblers to waders and everything in between. Your expert guide will help you see and hear the subtle differences between species, and you’ll explore a range of habitats, including woodland, grassland and wetlands. A gorgeous few days immersed in nature.
This course is run at CAT by Aberystwyth University. Please book the course through Aberystwyth University online or by calling 01970 621 580 before booking accommodation at CAT (see below to book accommodation).
- Duration: three days
- Fri 24th – Sun 26th April 2020
- Start and finish times: starts at 10am and ends at 4pm on the last day
- Fees: £120; concessions £100. Optional full board accommodation at CAT: Shared – £130, Single room £170
- Includes: tuition, all materials.
- What to bring: waterproof clothing is recommended
What you will learn
So you think all birds are little brown jobs and you struggle with spotting the differences between them? Can you hear that they sound different but struggle to remember the calls?
All you need is an expert guide and tutor to help you focus, develop observation skills and note their key features.
The number of species and the range in shape, colour and call may surprise you.
Come and gain an enormous amount of pleasure and knowledge from observing and learning about birds in the wonderful habitats of Mid Wales.
The majority of the course will take place outside, observing a wide range of species in a variety of habitats.
This course is run at CAT by Aberystwyth University and can be taken as part of a Higher Education Certificate in Field Ecology. Please book the course through Aberystwyth University online or by calling 01970 621 580 before booking accommodation at CAT.
Meet your tutor
The course is ran by Mr David Anning.