Terrific Trees with Dan Puplett
Availability: Places available
Dates: 11 Jun - 18 Jun 2022
Full cost: £1,445 per person,
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Trees are simply astonishing, and there’s much more to them than meets the eye. Join naturalist Dan Puplett for a deep dive into their world. Discover the fascinating role they play in the lives of wildlife and the wider ecosystem, from birds to beetles and ferns to fungi. You will learn to identify a range of native trees and we will visit woodland conservation and rewilding projects. We will also look at the age-old relationship between trees and humans. You’ll even learn some wild food foraging, tree folklore and more!
• Exploring the Caledonian pinewoods of Glen Affric and Beinn Eighe
• Meet Britain’s tallest tree (and Europe’s tallest conifer)
• Watching woodland wildlife, including badgers, red squirrels and pine martens
• Visits to iconic ‘granny pines’ and other ancient trees
• Woodland birds including crested tit and crossbill
• Rare woodland wildflowers (twinflower and more)
• Bonus Wildlife Tracks & Signs workshop with Dan
Dan is a naturalist, conservationist and environmental educator. A lifelong biophile, Dan worked for award-winning conservation charity Trees for Life for over a decade. He is a certified tracker, author of the FSC Guide to British Bird Tracks & Signs and has helped lead wolf and lynx tracking surveys in Slovakia. Dan teaches a range of naturalist skills including bird ID, wildlife tracking, botany, bushcraft, foraging and astronomy. For more information on Dan visit his website here.
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