Natural history course: Bird Song & Breeding Behaviour

Stonechat by Peter Fawcett

Stonechat by Peter Fawcett

From 13 May for ten weeks - 1pm

Expert ornithologist David Noble-Rollin leads this 10-week course teaching the songs, calls and breeding behaviour of birds living in the North East. Indoor classes use field guides, film, photos, diagrams and sound recordings.  There will be five field visits to a variety of habitats including the Farne Islands, Druridge Bay, Northumberland National Park and lowland woodlands and wetlands. 

Brought to the museum by the Natural History Society of Northumbria (NHSN). This course is open to members only - to become a member of the Society or register for the course contact the Society on (0191) 232 6386 or nhsn@ncl.ac.uk. More details.

Each session lasts two hours. Indoor classes take place at the Great North Museum: Hancock.

Cost for 10 weeks: £84 (Concessions: £68)