Each Wednesday evening join our expert staff (and guests!) for online You Tube talks, covering a range of conservation related topics.
These events will be live at 7.30pm on You Tube. If you miss it, don't worry, they will be recorded and available for you to re watch at a later date.
You don't need to subscribe to You Tube to be able to watch these talks, but if you would like to ask questions then you will need to create an account. Alternatively if you would like to send any questions in advance you can email: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will pass them on to the speaker.
Below you can also find events for 11-24's including debates, social events and identification courses. As branches return to organising their outdoor walks and online talks these will be added below. We have no plans of resuming our indoor talks for the time being.
Join Dr Cath Price to hear why we should welcome weeds. Learn which weeds make a tasty meal and which ones are best avoided!
Our rivers team has been busy working with landowners to research natural options for preventing flooding along the River Severn and beyond.
An online question and answer session around the complex issue of human population growth.
If you are looking for a career in conservation, this is the event for you!
Summer is the season of butterflies and moths! Dr Cath will be talking about some of the common species to look out for and how you can play your part to help reverse their decline.
Beavers are often described as a keystone species, which is a species that plays an important role in an ecosystem and benefits lots of other wildlife. This evening we will look at how beavers can…
Join Dr Cath Price to become a wildlife detective! Learn what signs to look out for in your garden or local wild area to identify the animal sharing the space with you.
Deadly or delicious is how most people describe wild mushrooms. Join local expert John Hughes to find out there is more to the wonderful world of fungi!