Join the Hawk and Owl Trust for a short course in how to analyse barn owl pellets.
Shapwick Moor Nature Reserve is a haven for birds of prey. We manage the meadows here to promote populations of field vole, the favoured prey of barn owls. In this workshop we will be learning about the owls, their pellets and prey. We will then have a go at dissecting pellets and identifying the bones and skulls found inside them.
This workshop is suitable to anyone aged 12 and over (under 18’s must be accompanied by an adult guardian who will also have to book a place).
Hawk and Owl Trust Members – £15
Non-Hawk and Owl Trust Members – £20
DATE AND TIME
Saturday 20th July, 10 am
Meet at the cabin located in the centre of the reserve. To access the cabin by car, follow the track next to the car park to a small staff parking area. Alternatively, park in the main visitor car park and walk down the main track to the cabin (allow 10 minutes for this).
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
Please click on the book your place link for further information and to book a place.
The workshop will take place in a wood cabin. There is a small step access to this cabin.
The Hawk and Owl Trust