A County Durham bird watching course promises to help you better identify North East birds.
The Natural History Society of Northumbria is running a County Durham bird watching course that aims to give you the knowledge to be able to identify the birds you're most likely to see in the North East over the spring and summer time.
Running over 10 weeks, the course will cover a variety of topics, all of which are designed to bring you greater enjoyment and understanding from watching birds.
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The County Durham bird watching course runs from May 9 through until July 11, with the course consisting of 10 weekly two hour sessions running from 10.30am until 12.30pm.
Over the course of the 10 weeks, there will be five indoor sessions and five outdoor sessions. The indoor sessions will take place at Shakespeare Hall, North Road, Durham, postcode DH1 4SQ. The sessions will be run by course tutor Keith Bowey.
The cost of the County Durham bird watching course is £88, and £78 for concessions. If you haven't already, you also need to join the Natural History Society of Northumbria in order to take part, which costs £33 for basic membership, £39 for full membership which includes the Northumbrian Naturalist magazine, £20 for students and £700 for lifetime membership. You can join by heading to the Natural History Society of Northumbria website.
To book your tickets for the Natural History Society of Northumbria County Durham bird watching course, you can head to the Eventbrite booking page for the course, which you can find here.