Date Range
E.g., 2022-08-17
E.g., 2022-08-17

Training courses

Bird identification. Robert Reed
Enrich your experience of birding and gain confidence in your skills

We run a wide range of courses each year around the country in a variety of venues and habitats, for beginner birders, developing surveyors and conservation professionals. Contact [email protected] to discuss your specific needs.

Featured training event

Pochard by Neil Calbrade

Waterbird ID virtual training (2 sessions, Tuesdays 10am)

Led by Nick Moran, Emily Cuff, Jenny Donelan

Improve your identification of winter wildfowl and other waterbirds in this two-part online course.

September 2022

Waterbird ID virtual training (2 sessions, Mondays 7pm)

Improve your identification of winter wildfowl and other waterbirds in this two-part online course.

Led by Nick Moran, Emily Cuff, Jenny Donelan

Places available

Mallard. Jill Pakenham

Waterbird ID virtual training (2 sessions, Tuesdays 10am)

Improve your identification of winter wildfowl and other waterbirds in this two-part online course.

Led by Nick Moran, Emily Cuff, Jenny Donelan

Places available

Pochard by Neil Calbrade

Waterbird ID virtual training (2 sessions, Tuesdays 7pm)

Improve your identification of winter wildfowl and other waterbirds in this two-part online course.

Led by Nick Moran, Emily Cuff, Jenny Donelan

Places available

Goosander by Adam Jones

Counting birds and the Wetland Bird Survey (Monday 26 September, 7pm)

Learn how to count flocks of birds and how to put your skills to use in the Wetland Bird Survey (WeBS).

Led by Nick Moran, Emily Cuff, Jenny Donelan, Gill Birtles

Places available

Wigeon by Edmund Fellowes

Counting birds and the Wetland Bird Survey (Tuesday 27 September, 10am)

Learn how to count flocks of birds and how to put your skills to use in the Wetland Bird Survey (WeBS).

Led by Nick Moran, Emily Cuff, Jenny Donelan, Gill Birtles

Places available

a flock of Knots. Photograph by Rob Robinson

Counting birds and the Wetland Bird Survey (Tuesday 27 September, 7pm)

Learn how to count flocks of birds and how to put your skills to use in the Wetland Bird Survey (WeBS).

Led by Nick Moran, Emily Cuff, Jenny Donelan, Gill Birtles

Places available

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Kittiwake. Richard Jackson

Our lost seabirds – help us secure their futures

We’re developing skilled volunteers to collect the data we need to inform scientific research and policy decisions. Without your support our seabirds could be lost forever.



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