We want to help our members and others to learn birding skills and build on those that they have already, so we have decided to launch a series of occasional workshops under the brand of “Birding Basics”. These will be available for a limited number of people each time to ensure that the tutor(s) can work closely with a manageable number of people. Workshops will be repeated from time to time to make sure that everybody who wants to attend can do so. There will be a small charge to cover basic costs.
The Wader (Dec 2017), Raptor (Mar 2018) and Bird Song (Apr to Jun 2018) workshops have proved popular, so we have planned further workshops (see below). We are keen to help you to improve your birding skills and knowledge, so please let us know if there is any particular training that you would like to see provided.
Bird Song Workshops
We will be running workshops again to help people learn about bird song. Numbers at each will be limited to 15 people, and there will be a £10 charge made for HOS members (£22 to non-members but including membership). All proceeds will be used to fund conservation and research activities in Hampshire. The workshops are:
Saturday 11 May – New Forest (Tutor: Simon Curson) – FULL
Sunday 19 May – New Forest (Tutor: Keith Betton) – FULL
If there is excess demand we will add additional tutors so that numbers remain at no more than 15:1.
If you’d like to book a place, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org saying what you would like to book.