June has been a brilliant month in terms of digital wildlife walks. Over ten events has seen guests joining from across the UK, other countries such as Austria and even across the planet. Guests from the USA, Canada and even Australia have been enjoying British wildlife.
Following a successful month, I have created a number of new wildlife events for July. As we start to ease out of lockdown, these ‘walks’ are still designed to help you learn about British wildlife, conservation issues and identification skills. You can be an expert or an enthusiastic beginner, these events are designed for all in a fun and encouraging atmosphere.
Here are the current titles available during July. The live events all take place at 10AM, either on Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday:
- Wildlife in the Conifers
- Birds of Prey in the UK
- Butterflies in the Garden
- Ladybirds of the UK
- Chalkland Wildflowers of the UK
- Dead-Nettles of the UK
- Missing Wildlife of the UK
- Waterside Birdsong in the UK
- Mountains of the UK
- Corvids of the UK
Topics include the corvids of the UK, covering intelligent birds such as magpies, ravens and jays. Dead-nettles takes a look at the surprisingly diverse world of nettle-like plants that lack the classic ‘sting’.
Chalkland flowers looks at the botany you can expect on chalk soil while Missing Wildlife will shine a spotlight on the wildlife that used to be found in the UK but has long been missing (and there are some real surprises here!)
Each ‘walk’ can be purchased at just £5.00 per household.
Plus, if you are interested in attending several events, you can subscribe to my ‘Digital Wildlife Walks’ for just £9 a month. The subscription includes:
- Unlimited access to as many ‘Digital WIldlife Walks’ as you like over the course of the month
- Ability to ‘watch again’. If the timing of any event doesn’t work for you, you can watch again at your leisure afterwards
If you have any questions about these events or my subscription service, please don’t hesitate to get in touch: