Wildlife Training Workshop: Introduction to Fungus Identification with Richard Shotbolt
Learn how to identify and record some fascinating species of fungus.
About the event
Come prepared for an all-weather field trip to Woodwalton Fen (or around the Countryside classroom if too boggy) for collection of specimens in the morning. The afternoon session will include a brief discussion of fungal biology and demonstrations of identification techniques using literature, chemical tests and microscopy, followed by recording methods.
Price/donation£40 standard, £115 professional, free to BCN Wildlife Trust volunteers
Additional booking informationPlaces are limited so please contact organiser in advance
Know before you go
MobilityPeople with limited mobility please contact organiser in advance
Wheelchair accessWheelchair users please contact organiser in advance
What to bringInformation on what to bring will be sent to participants nearer the time
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