Adders on Thorne and Hatfield Moors on 10 February, now Common Lizard has been ‘turned over’ on Crowle Moors. Image: Phil Lee.
Advance notification of some events for your diaries?
Thorne & Hatfield Moors Conservation Forum’s Annual Meeting
Friday 1 April 2015
Indoor presentations on recent research work followed by a visit to Thorne Moors in the afternoon.
“Bog birds and bugs” by Lucy Ryan (York University) a masters student working on monitoring of the nightjar populations at Thorne and Hatfield Moors SSSI further to the implementation of the LIFE+ Project* managements works.
Dr Paul Buckland “Who started the drainage? Iron Age & Roman Landscapes in the Humberhead Levels”.
Anyone interested in attending the above presentations, which are open to the public should contact the firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please note that the Forum is not aware of any monitoring work ongoing or planned which will look at the impact of the implementation of the Thorne Moors Water Level Management Plan by Doncaster East IDB and its management service providers JBA Consulting.
WILDLIFE TRAINING WORKSHOP
20 May 2016 An introduction to Auchenorrhyncha identification.
We are delighted to welcome back Jim Flanagan who will be the tutor for the second of our ‘bugs / hoppers’ identification workshops. Places are limited and are rapidly being filled. The first part will be an introduction to the Auchenorrhyncha (leafhoppers, planthoppers, froghoppers, treehoppers & cicadas), the second part will involve a field trip and then a microscope session. More details are available from email@example.com
9 & 10 September 2016 Raptors, Uplands & Peatlands: Conservation, Land Management & Issues promises to be an excellent couple of days of presentations and a site visit.
The booking form can also be downloaded here and includes ‘early bird’ booking discounts.