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Woodland Management – Saintfield Estate

Sunday 3rd February
Saintfield Estate
N/A

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Public Money for Public Goods – Benefits for farmers, rural communities and the environment

Thursday 7th February
Seamus Heaney Centre, 45 Main Street, Bellaghy BT45 8HT
Free

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Nest Fest

Saturday 16th February
Springhill, Moneymore
Normal Admission

Path & Hedge Maintenance

Sunday 17th February
Bog Meadows Nature Reserve, Belfast
N/A

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CEDaR Recorders Days – Belfast

Wednesday 20th February
Ulster Museum, Belfast
Free

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Dry Stone Walling

Friday 22nd February
Drumnaph Nature Reserve
Free (lunch provided)

Evening Social Event in Belfast

Saturday 23rd February
Belfast
N/A

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Countryside Educational Visits Accreditation Scheme (CEVAS) Training (Therapeutic route)

Tuesday 26th February
Bradkeel Social Farm, Plumbridge, County Tyrone BT79 8BN 307
£240 inc VAT

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Irish Conference 2019 Wading into Water: The Assessment and Management of our Aquatic Environment

Thursday 28th February
Radisson Blu, Athlone
CIEEM Member (Fellow, Full, Associate, Graduate) £125.00 CIEEM member (Qual or Retd) £75.00 CIEEM Student Member £30.00 Non Member Ticket £175.00 Student (not a CIEEM member) £50.00

  
 

Habitat Explorers – Ladybirds 1 October 2018

Habitat Explorers – New Early Years Programme

A home for Ladybird

1hour Session £60 (additional sessions add £20 per hour)

With the RSPB’s “Habitat Explorers” programme, we will join Ladybird and her little friends in the search for her perfect home. Will Ladybird be happy living with Bee in her busy, buzzy hive? Or would she prefer to settle down with Woodlouse under some very mouldy leaves? Explore the grounds around your school to see who else lives there. Where will we find these little creatures, under the leaves or up in the tree?

Perhaps we’ll gently lift one and examine it close–up using a magnified pot and carefully put it back in its home again. These activities and more are introduced to young children through the beautifully illustrated story of “A Home for Ladybird”. RSPB educators bring the story to life as they lead the children outdoors on their own adventure encouraging them to look closely at minibeasts and their habitats. This RSPB outdoor learning programme provides stimulating opportunities for young children to match, sort and recognise patterns in living things, develop new vocabulary, language and thinking and increase their understanding of the natural world.

For more information contact joanne.cathcart@rspb.org.uk

 

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