Amphibian and Reptile Habitat Management Training Course

Amphibian and Reptile Habitat Management Training Course

Join Froglife for a FREE training course focussing on how to create, manage and restore ponds for amphibians as well as information on creating habitats for reptiles.

The free course will combine an indoor element covering habitat management held at Braes Golf Club in Maddiston before a visit to habitat works occurring at nearby Valley Park to discuss key habitat types. Our course finishes at Kinneil Local Nature Reserve in Bo'ness to view habitat works carried out in early January 2020. Through the course you will also be able to learn how to identify the different reptile and amphibian species of Scotland.

This course will suit all types of audiences whether you:
• Have your own garden / allotment plot
• Manage grounds as a profession
• Volunteer in the environmental sector
• Are looking to gain experience in conservation / environment

Spaces are limited so booking is essential – please contact to reserve a space or if you have any queries at all. Suitable outdoor clothing and outdoor footwear is recommended. Coffee & tea provided. Please contact Chris Knowles (chris.knowles@froglife.org / 07949 577 410) to book your space!

This course is part of Froglife’s exciting Come Forth for Wildlife project – working across the Forth Valley to develop connections to conserve and enhance the unique heritage the area offers. Come Forth for Wildlife is funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund and supported by the Scottish Natural Heritage Biodiversity Challenge Fund.
When
16 Jan 2020 at 10:00am
until 16 Jan 2020 at 4:00pm
Where
Braes Golf Club
Manuel Rigg
Maddiston, Falkirk
FK2 0LS

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