Natural World

Natural World: Sepsid Fly Identification

Small and ant-like, these tiny flies are at home in and around piles of dung. They’re tricky subjects to identify and if you already love your flies we recommend that you take this group on as well. Tutored by Sepsidae National Scheme Organiser Steve Crellin.

For further information and booking please see our website http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/wml/events/natural-world-listings.aspx 

Natural World: A Beginner’s Guide to Wildflower Identification

Trouble with sepals and petals; styles and stigmas? Using identification keys and explanations of plant features, this introductory workshop aims to help you recognise wildflowers. With World Museum’s botany curator Wendy Atkinson.

Get to grips with grass identification. Learn to recognise some common grasses with local botanist Peter Gateley. In association with the Liverpool Botanical Society.

Natural World: Cranefly Identification with Microscopes

Become familiar with this fascinating group of long-legged flies. Tutor Pete Boardman will guide you though what it takes to identify a species from over 300 different UK possibilities.

For further information and booking please see our website http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/wml/events/natural-world-listings.aspx 

Natural World: Ferns

Familiarise yourself with ferns. Learn how to recognise some common species, using fresh material and museum specimens. With fern specialist Alison Evans and World Museum’s botany curator Wendy Atkinson in association with the British Pteridological Society.

For further information and booking please see our website http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/wml/events/natural-world-listings.aspx

Natural World: Mammals

From shrews to seals, using skins and skulls, this workshop will provide an introduction to the identification of Britain’s wild mammal fauna.

For further information and booking please see our website http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/wml/events/natural-world-listings.aspx

The Natural World British Wildlife Identification workshops at World Museum focus on using natural science collections to connect with the environment and promote biological recording.

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