Bird Songs and Calls

Higham Hall
The Dunnock is one of the first species to sing in the springtime as a result of detecting the lengthening day.
The vocalisations of birds are invaluable aids to help us in their identification but the process of learning them all may seem daunting and never-ending. Fortunately most species have a repertoire which is unique, enabling confident identification, even in the absence of a view. Such calls and songs can also draw our attention to the existence of a bird which may otherwise go un-noticed. This short course will provide the necessary starting point for beginners as well as enabling others, with more experience, to add to their knowledge.
01/01/1970
 
Next date to be announced
4 nights
 
 
 
 
01/01/1970
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
01/01/1970
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

4 nights - double room occupancy. (single supplement applies to single room occupancy)

Breakfast, Lunch, Evening meal.

Travel costs whilst on event.

Travel costs to and from venue.

Evening meal on last day of event.


Higham Hall is one of only a handful of independent residential colleges in the north of England providing a range of open learning experiences for adults.

Once people discover Higham they tend to return again and again, often for many years, such is the joy of simply spending intelligent time with like-minded people in such charismatic surroundings.

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