Natural History Courses to Inspire

22nd November 2012
The Field Studies Council (FSC) is pleased to announce its exciting new programme of natural history courses for 2013, presenting a unique opportunity to learn and be inspired by the natural world.

The 2013 programme has a wide range of courses to help discover all aspects of nature from walking and exploring the countryside to more specific courses on plants and animals from winter birds to wild flowers.

Examples of our range of one-day and short residential courses include:

•      CAMRA’s Lake District Pub Walks 

•      Autumn Ramble 

•      Introduction to Bumblebees 

•      Gardening for Wildlife 

•      Wild Orchids of South East England 

•      Botany for Beginners 

Courses take place at FSC’s network of UK Centres, ranging from the majestic Lake District to the wonderful Pembrokeshire Coast.

Each Centre location has been carefully chosen for its stunning surroundings and wealth of wildlife in the nearby area.   

FSC is an environmental education charity with 70 years’ experience in providing fieldwork and outdoor learning.  Every FSC course is based on this knowledge and will be led by an accomplished and passionate tutor.  

The range includes those suitable for complete beginners to those aimed at the more experienced who want to develop their skills even further. 

Offering great value with residential course fees including full board accommodation and tuition, these courses are an ideal way to enjoy the UK and its wonderful wildlife.   

See our electronic brochure:

or visit the website for details. 





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