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The Natural History of Bushy Park

An ecological introduction to the large acid and neutral grasslands, open water and trees of Bushy Park including the important veteran trees.

Bushy Park

Education, Horticulture, Wildlife

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Looking at Freshwater Invertebrates with microscopes

An absolute beginner’s overview of identifying which group an invertebrate belongs to using microscopes and a simple identification key.

Bushy Park

Education, Wildlife

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Field ID Mosses

There are over 600 species of moss in the UK, some of which are endangered and they come in all shapes and sizes! They provide a vital role in ecosystems and indicators of habitat quality.

Bushy Park

Education, Horticulture

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How to use a Botanical Key

This workshop explains how Botanical (Dichotomous) Keys work, how to find your way around them, and will guide you through their use and application - and their limitations.

Bushy Park

Education, Horticulture

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Introduction to Hedgerows

Hedgerows are boundary features of the landscape and their history is usually reflected in their wildlife. Learn about how hedgerows were created – or planted, their trees and flora, and of species that help to indicate their origin.

Bushy Park

Education, Horticulture

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Mosses and Liverwort ID with Microscopes

There are over 600 species of moss in the UK, some of which are endangered and they come in all shapes and sizes! They provide a vital role in ecosystems and indicators of habitat quality.

Bushy Park

Education, Horticulture

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