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The FSC is the only environmentaleducation charity dedicated solelyto helping people of all ages toexperience the environment at firsthand; to discover, explore and beinspired by the natural world. Over the last 65 years the FSC hastouched the hearts and minds ofindividuals of all ages through coursesat our network of field Centres, workoverseas and production of resources.The FSC believes the more we knowabout the environment, the more wecan appreciate its needs and protect itsdiversity and beauty for futuregenerations. By becoming a memberyou can help us to reach more people.As a registered charity, the FSC receivesno statutory funding. We thereforedepend on membership and feescharged for our courses and otherservices to support the work we do.Membership of the FSC costs only £15 ayear for individuals, £25 for families. £5of your membership fee will be donateddirectly to the FSC Kids Fund.Your membership will help us to:.Support FSC Kids Fund and provide life-changing experiences for disadvantaged young people.Campaign to promote fieldwork and outdoor learning.Provide people with opportunities to learn more about the natural world through our courses and publications.Invest in our Centre facilitiesAs a member you will receive FSCmagazines twice annually, containingnews on all of our Centres and projects.As well as donating to Kids Fund andreceiving FSC magazines, members ofthe FSC receive an exclusive preview ofthe Natural History, Arts and Familycourses programmes, allowing firstchoice of courses you would like tobook.If you would like to help the FSC bybecoming a member please completethe membership form on page 50 of thisbrochure.Grass IdentificationPete BoardmanSupport the FSC today and help thousands more people each year discoverthe natural world51inspiredHelp others to beby natureTop to bottom:Outdoor discovery Blencathra; Biology fieldworkRhyd-y-creuau; Eco-challengeJohn Lomas

Course DateTitleCourse TitleDateTutTourtorPPaaggee52Centre Course ListsDateCourse TitleTutorPageBlencathra24 Feb-26 FebWainwright Walks in the Centre Staff9Lake District01 Jun-07 JunButterflies and Moth IdentificationDavid Brown1917 Aug-19 AugExploring and Working with a LDNPA Staff10National Park Ranger20 Aug-24 AugThe Secret Gardens of the Doug Stewart35Lake District24 Aug-26 AugGPS Skills and Geo-caching in the Centre Staff11Lake District24 Aug-26 AugWainwright Walks in the Centre Staff10Lake District24 Aug-31 AugScenery and Geology of the David 12Lake DistrictCronshawDALE FORT16 Apr-22 AprWalking the Pembrokeshire Centre Staff11Coast Path20 Apr-22 AprBird IdentificationBTO Trainers1508 May-13 MayThe Pembrokeshire Coast John 9National ParkArcher-Thomson14 May-18 MaySpring Flowers of PembrokeshireJohn 26Archer-Thomson18 May-22 MayA Nibble of PembrokeshireSteve Morrell924 May-26 MayBird Survey TechniquesBTO Trainers1517 Jul-20 JulIdentifying Coastal PlantsJohn 39Archer-Thomson21 Jul-28 JulA Taste of PembrokeshireSteve Morrell1028 Jul-04 AugGeology and Scenery of the Paul Olver12Pembrokeshire Coast30 Aug-02 SepRocky Shore InvertebratesJohn 22Archer-ThomsonDERRYGONNELLY11 May-13 MayMammal Identification WeekendMammal Society 19EPPING FOREST15 JanWinter BirdsAndy Fleming1422 JanIdentifying Trees Without LeafKen Adams2810 MarBritish Amphibians Laurence Jarvis2311 MarAdvanced British AmphibiansLaurence Jarvis2317 MarAn Introduction to British MammalsHannah Rose1724 MarPutting Wildlife on the Map:Martin Harvey38Introduction to Biological Recording31 MarIntroducing Lichens 1John Skinner3607 AprMap and Compass SkillsJames 11Bromhead 14 AprGreat Crested Newts Training DayLaurence Jarvis2315 AprDiscovering Birds Andy Fleming1421 AprHabitat Conservation for InsectsMartin Harvey3828 AprWoodland Ecology and Management: Andy Deane38The Basics05 May London Loop: The Epping Forest David Horne9Connection 06 MayDiscovering BatsRoger Havard1720 MayNatural History of Veteran TreesTricia Moxey2927 MayGreat Crested Newts Training DayLaurence Jarvis2331 May-01 JunMosses, Liverworts and FernsKen Adams3302 JunWildlife PondsHannah Rose3909 Jun-10 JunIdentification of Grasses, SedgesKen Adams30and Rushes 17 JunDiscovering Wild FlowersTricia Moxey2719 JulAquatic Plant Identification forKen Adams32Beginners20 JulAquatic Plant Identification Ken Adams32Advanced12 AugDiscovering BatsRoger Havard1801 SepIdentifying Trees in LeafJohn Wood2909 SepNatural History of HedgerowsTricia Moxey3923 SepDiscovering BadgersDon Hunford1930 SepIntroduction and Guide to Tricia Moxey34Common Fungi14 OctTerrestrial InvertebratesJeff Clarke 23and Paul Hill20 OctFungi for BeginnersTricia Moxey3427 OctA Brief History of British WoodlandsAndy Deane4022 Nov-23 NovHedgelayingPeter Vaughan40FLATFORD MILL10 Feb-12 FebLate Winter Birdwatching WeekendSteve 14Piotrowski17 Feb-19 FebMammal Identification WeekendMammal 19Society Trainers24 Feb-27 FebIdentifying Centipedes, MillipedesPaul Lee20and Woodlice02 Mar-04 MarHow to Create a Wildlife-FriendlyShirley Boyle34Garden09 Mar-11 MarBirdwatching for Near BeginnersTom Forward1409 Mar-11 MarIdentifying Lichens John Skinner3616 Mar-18 MarIdentifying Birds by Steve 14Sight and SoundPiotrowski03 Apr-05 AprSpring Walking Weekend: Celia 9Exploring South Suffolk and Richardson'Constable Country'10 Apr-13 AprIdentifying Freshwater Adrian Chalkley20Invertebrates for Biological Surveying and Recording13 Apr-15 AprBird Songs and Calls for Beginners: Steve 14The Early Spring WeekendPiotrowski13 Apr-15 AprOtters, Water Voles and Other Darren Tansley17Riverside Mammals20 Apr-23 AprSurveying Terrestrial InvertebratesPaul Lee 20for Biological Recording24 AprBritish Amphibians and ReptilesDuncan 23Sweeting01 MayIntroducing Bird Songs in a Day!Edward Jackson1404 May-06 MayBird Songs and Calls for ImproversSteve 15Piotrowski04 May-06 MayMicroscopy for BeekeepersJohn Cowan2011 May-13 MayBird Songs and Calls for Beginners: Steve 15The Late Spring WeekendPiotrowski11 May-13 MayMicroscopy for BeekeepersJohn Cowan2115 MayIntroducing Lichens 1John Skinner3618 May-20 MayWild Flower Identification for Andrea Kiewitt26Biological Surveyors21 May-23 MayIntroduction to Phase 1 HabitatAndrea Kiewitt38Surveys23 May-25 MayIntroduction to Phase 1 HabitatAndrea Kiewitt39Surveys25 May-27 MayNational Vegetation Classification: Jonny Stone40Lowland Grasslands 28 May-30 MayIntroduction to Phase 1 HabitatAndrea Kiewitt39Surveys01 Jun-03 JunIntroducing BeekeepingJulia Pigott and21Martin Hoggard01 Jun-05 JunUsing a FloraRos Bennett2601 Jun-03 JunSummer Walking Weekend: Celia 9Exploring South Suffolk and Richardson'Constable Country'05 JunIntermediate BeekeepingJulia Pigott and 21Martin Hoggard05 Jun-07 JunIdentifying Clovers, Medicks Ros Bennett26and Vetches07 Jun-10 JunWild Flowers for Beginners: Ros Bennett26The Top 20 Flower Families