Course: Aquatic Plant Identification

The Species Recovery Trust

Bradford-upon-Avon, Somerset
14th August 2018

www.speciesrecoverytrust.org.uk bookings@speciesrecoverytrust.org.uk 01722 322539 Dominic Price

Cost: £75 (£65 discount)

Sectors: conservation & wildlife, ecology


A 1 day course covering how to identify a range of common waterside plants, focusing on submerged, floating, emergent and bankside communities of slow-flowing/standing water. 

Lowland freshwater habitats such as rivers and streams often support very characteristic communities of plants, many of which can be quite challenging to identify. This course offers the chance to learn how to identify a wide range of riparian plants in the River Wylye (a small chalk river), disused gravel pits and associated wetland habitats including submerged, emergent and bankside communities of plants. Teaching techniques will focus on reliable and easily memorable characters that can be used for much of the year. There will also be an opportunity to learn how to use a grapnel.

This workshop will be suitable for beginners and improvers alike.

Tutor: Sharon Pilkington

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