Events

Amphibian Ecology and Survey Techniques

This course is being run in partnership with Kent Wildlife Trust as one of their Wildlife Study Days and is an open course which gives participants the opportunity to learn about native amphibians and how to survey for them.  This event also acts as the required training for those wishing to join the Great Crested Newt Monitoring Project.

Currently, this course is due to be run at Tyland Barn but it is possible that the indoor session will be run online.  The outdoor element of the course is also subject to Covid-19 restrictions but will be it is planned for the session to take place on 27th February or 6th March between 6pm and 8pm.

Cost: £35 (£5 discount for concessions)

Those who submit amphibian records to KRAG after attending the course will receive a full refund

Reptile Ecology and Survey Techniques

This course is being run in partnership with Kent Wildlife Trust and is an open course which gives participants the opportunity to learn about native reptiles and how to survey for them.  The afternoon will be spent at a nearby reptile site.  The cost for this course is £35 (£5 discount for concessions).

Although this course is due to run at Tyland Barn, Covid-19 may cause changes.  Kent Wildlife Trust manage bookings and will advise.