Training Events

Good training underpins good biological records. CBDC delivers Recording for Beginners training and encourages recorders to attend species identification training in the County.

Record the Buzz – Pollinator Identification Workshop

Join Stuart Colgate, an experienced ecologist and CBDC’s recording officer, to learn more about Pollinators and how to identify them. Enjoy a half day outdoors workshop and find out what pollinators have made their home on Drumburgh Moss National Nature Reserve, a site of international importance, dominated by an expanse of lowland raised mire, one of Western Europe’s most threatened habitats.

Event details

Date:  Tuesday 21 September 2021.      Morning Session: 10:00 to 12:30      Afternoon session 13:30 – 16:00

Venue: Drumburgh Moss, Near Drumburgh village, Cumbria, CA7 5 DR.  Meet at the car park up from Moss Cottage.

What to bring: Sturdy walking shoes and appropriate clothing for the weather.  Due to Covid-19 restrictions, we will be unable to provide refreshments. Please bring your own water and any other refreshments you would like.

Cost:  FREE  (Get Cumbria Buzzing and CBDC would like to receive pollinator records in lieu of payment)

Book your place: By phone: 01539 816300 By email: events@cumbriawildlifetrust.org.uk

 

Training Services

CBDC offers a variety of training services. For more information, please contact our Recording Officer, Stuart.

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The sun has come out as the final pieces of the festival jigsaw are put into place.

What an absolutely stunning backdrop. We think this year is going to be an absolute blast.

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