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Cancelled - Mission: Invertebrate Roadshow

A free, drop-in family day with a range of bug-tastic activities including bug hunting and storytelling.

Bushy Park

Education, Wildlife, Mission: Invertebrate, Family

Paid
Birdwatching in Bushy Park

Spend the day in Bushy Park observing and identifying birds and learning how to watch birds successfully. We will visit the open parkland, the woodland and the Brewhouse fields, not usually accessible to the public.

Bushy Park

Education, Wildlife

Paid
Introduction to Identifying Deciduous Trees in Summer

Trees form an imposing and ecologically important part of the landscape of the British Isles but they are much more interesting if we know their names! Learn to identify the more common ones.

Bushy Park

Education, Horticulture

Paid
Butterflies and Day Flying Moths

Search for a variety of species of butterfly and day flying moths. Learn about the different stages of butterfly and moth life-cycles and lifestyles, focusing on the importance of larval food plants and flowers for nectar.

Bushy Park

Education, Wildlife

Paid
Introduction to Wild Flowers

An informal guide to flowering plants and their identification. During the day you will see a variety of species in our flower-rich meadows and grassland learning how to identify wildflowers.

Bushy Park

Education, Horticulture

Paid
Learn to Love Pollinators

If you’re interested in pollinators, then this day is for you! It’s a day for people who are fascinated by pollinators but don’t know where to start with them.

Bushy Park

Education, Wildlife

Paid
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

Paid
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

Paid
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

Paid
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

Paid
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

Paid
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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