Recorder Field Days

Our recorder field days are informal peer-to-peer learning experiences where naturalists can spend a day in the field together sharing their knowledge.

Whatever your level, from beginner to expert, we invite you to take part. Some of the days will have a theme but the content will generally be determined by the interests of the participants.

The aim of these days is to give people the opportunity to practise identification and surveying skills in a friendly environment to build confidence in biological recording.

Dates for 2018:

Wednesday 23rd May, 10am-2pm
St Mary's Fields, Kidlington
We will be recording what birds we see but also looking at other flora and fauna

Saturday 7th July, 10am-2pm
Dinton Pastures Country Park
This day will have an 'invertebrates' theme and there will be an opportunity to look at the BENHS (British Entomological and Natural History Society) collection. Run in partnership with the FSC BioLinks project team.

The field days are free to attend but booking is essential.

Please let us know when you book whether you are able to offer help to others on identification of any particular species groups, and also if there is anything you would like to learn about. We have some field guides and survey equipment that we can bring along.