Hazlitt Theatre: Events in the park

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The Hazlitt Theatre is organising some events in Mote Park that are taking place later this week:

Bird Song, Wildlife Study Day – Friday 10th May, 9.30am – 3.00pm

This one day course gives you the basics of how to identify bird songs and calls. Birdsong lifts everyone’s spirits and if you ever wondered which birds are creating the particular songs, then this is your chance to find out. Suitable for beginners and less experienced birders, this course combines classroom with being out in the field. You’ll cover everything from how birds produce such wonderful sounds to what they mean, how we interpret them and what sound belongs to which bird.

£28 pp (max of 16 participants)

Wild Foods Walk – Saturday 11th May, 10.30am – 12.30pm

A great opportunity to spend a morning foraging for wild foods with Carol, a local bushcraft expert.

£2.50 pp (max of 20 participants)

Bat Walk Leaders Training – Saturday 11th May, 2.00pm – late

An introduction to bats (ecology and biology), a closer look at our local bats (and how Kent Bat group and the Bat Conservation Trust are helping with their conservation), guidelines on planning and running a bat walk, and use of bat detectors as a survey tool. Followed by a bat walk in the evening. Delivered by

Adults only. £40 pp (max of 20 participants)

For more details and bookings for all of the above events contact The Hazlitt Theatre on 01622 758611

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