January 2017

Introducing Ferns

At World Museum, William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EN

Attendance free but booking is essential

For further information and booking please use contact details provided. 

Using natural science collections to connect with the environment and promote biological recording.

 

Familiarise yourself with ferns. Learn how to recognise some common species, using fresh material and museum specimens.

Recognising Insects

At World Museum, William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EN

Attendance free but booking is essential

For further information and booking please use contact details provided. 

Using natural science collections to connect with the environment and promote biological recording.

 

There are so many bugs out there, where do you start? This workshop aims to help you identify the main insect groups, with an overview of their biology and a practical identification session.

Caddis, Mayflies and Stoneflies

At World Museum, William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EN

Attendance free but booking is essential

For further information and booking please use contact details provided. 

Using natural science collections to connect with the environment and promote biological recording.

 

Can you tell your caddis from your mayflies? If not, come along for an introduction to their biology and ecology. Followed by a hands-on session using identification keys and museum specimens.

Leafcutter and Mason Bees

At World Museum, William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EN

Attendance free but booking is essential

For further information and booking please use contact details provided. 

Using natural science collections to connect with the environment and promote biological recording.

 

Find out about the biology and ecology of leafcutter and mason bees. Learn how to identify them using identification keys and museum specimens.

Introducing Algae

At World Museum, William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EN

Attendance free but booking is essential

For further information and booking please use contact details provided. 

Using natural science collections to connect with the environment and promote biological recording.

 

A beginner’s guide to common algae - building confidence in their identification.

With Geraldine Reid in association with the Liverpool Botanical Society.

Birds of Prey

At World Museum, William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EN

Attendance free but booking is essential

For further information and booking please use contact details provided. 

Using natural science collections to connect with the environment and promote biological recording.

 

Get up-close to museum specimens and learn how to recognise birds of prey. A chance to find out about the ecology and behaviour of these fascinating predators.

Spider-hunting Wasps

At World Museum, William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EN

Attendance free but booking is essential

For further information and booking please use contact details provided. 

Using natural science collections to connect with the environment and promote biological recording

 

An introduction to the biology and ecology of spider-hunting wasps, followed by a practical session using identification keys and museum specimens.

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