Wildlife in the Garden: Farmland Museum and Denny Abbey

Many people get great pleasure from the wildlife that visits their gardens. This 10-week course will introduce students to the birds, mammals and insects as well as some of the wild flowers (weeds?) that find their way into gardens. It will emphasise the great diversity, help identify what we see and will consider the conservation value of the garden as “oasis”, which is increasingly important as human pressures in the wider countryside increases.

Tutor: Peter Holden
Location: Denny Abbey
Cost: £95
From: Monday 17th January 2011, 1pm-3pm (until 28th March)
To book please call: 01223 746262