This Field Studies Council course will cover the different stages of butterfly and moth life-cycles and lifestyles, focussing on the importance of larval food plants and flowers for nectaring.
Participants will have a chance to search for a variety of species in the mixed habitats of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and be given guidance on their identification.
Course fee: £25 (non resident), includes a copy of the FSC fold out chart: Butterflies of Britain ID guide.
Tutor: Tim Harris has been a keen naturalist since childhood and has written many books and articles about birds, invertebrates and bats for publishers including National Geographic, Bloomsbury, the RSPB and BBC Wildlife. Tim has a particular interests in Britain's moths and butterflies and runs several moth traps near his London home.
For more information or to book a place, visit the the Field Studies Council website.