Dragonfly, photo by J. Hukins

Dragonfly, photo by J. Hukins

Dragonflies

Location:
Learn about the life cycles and habitats of dragonflies and aids to identification. Then participate in a field study of adult dragonflies.

Event details

Date

Time
10.30am -4pm
A static map of Dragonflies

About the event

Part of the morning will be spent in the classroom learning how to identify dragonflies, about their lifecycle and habitats, with the aid of photographic slides.  The rest of the day will be spent visits the ponds in the reserve to observe and identify dragonflies.

By the end of the session it is expected that you will be able to:

  1. Identify common dragonflies & damselflies likely to be seen in the summer months
  2. Understand more about dragonfly lifecycles

Led by Gill and John Brook, County Recorders for Odonata.

Suitable for beginners and improvers.

Booking

Phone number

01622 662012

Price

Normal fee: £33 per person per day.
Concessionary fee: Kent Wildlife Trust volunteers, senior citizens, unemployed and students £5 off.

Know before you go

Dogs

Guide dogs only
Only guide dogs are allowed on the reserve. Dogs are allowed in the car park and picnic area on a lead.

Facilities

Toilets
Shop
Cafe/refreshments
Picnic area

Contact us

Jill Evington
Contact number: 01622 662012