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Seasearch Specialist Course

Marine Wildlife ID

Booking form
Snake pipefish
Snake pipefish from Cley
Tutor: Frances Dipper
                 Author of numerous books, including British Sea Fishes and Marine Fishes of Wales
Date: 2/3th June 2012
 
Time: Saturday 9:30 - 4:30, Sunday (part day) TBA
 
Location:    
Sheringham YHA (click for more details)
1 Cremer's Drift
Sheringham
Norfolk
NR26 8HX

Outline: This entertaining course will introduce native marine species which divers, rockpoolers and beach walkers may encounter around the UK and the keys to their identification. Their biology, lifecycle and lifestyles will also be covered, a great aid to the recognition of typical UK species. The workshop mixes theory and practical sessions, interspersing presentations with a beach session and the examination of samples.
 
Cost:
50 each including course materials and tea/coffee
Payment is required to secure a place return to the address below with this booking form
Parking at YHA is free but limited. Beach parking at attendees cost.

Agenda (guide only):
 
Saturday
09:30    Arrive and register
10:00    Session 1
11:00    Break
11:30    Session 2
12:30    Lunch
13:30    Session 3 - Rockpooling
14:30    Break
15:00    Session 4 - Review
16:30    End
 
Sunday
09:30   More theory and practical, dependant on tides

Food:
Meals are not included, food is available on site and can be ordered during the morning. You can bring a packed lunch of course ;-)
 
Diving:
There's NO diving element to this course :-( the practical sessions take place on the beach)
 
Organiser: (Return your payment to the address below with this booking form )
Dawn Watson
1 Town Houses
Yoxford Road
Sibton
Saxmundham
Suffolk
IP17 2LX
 
Phone: 01728 660 598
E-mail: seasearch at 1townhouses.co.uk
 
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www.1townhouses.co.uk


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Constructive comments and corrections are welcome, as always :-)

Rob and Dawn