Summer Tree Identification - Scotland

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Learn a number of tips for identifying a range of tree species

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We are delighted to bring you this workshop through West Highland College.

In this online event you will learn a number of tips for identifying a range of tree species as well as getting a deeper glimpse into the secret and fascinating lives of these huge woody plants.

The tutor, Dan Puplett, is a naturalist, conservationist and environmental educator. He has studied wild plants from an early age and has spent time learning ancient plant uses from the late Professor Gordon Hillman (co-author of Wild Food with Ray Mears). Dan is the author of the FSC Guide to British Bird Tracks and Signs, an associate tutor for the Field Studies Council and founder of Dan Puplett Nature Awareness.

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This online course is easily accessible by computer, laptop, iPad or tablet through Microsoft Teams.


This course is delivered by West Highland College. Once you have made your booking we will pass your details to West Highland College who will send you various emails prior to the course starting. These can go into Spam folders so please check there, and add to your Inbox.

30 minutes before the course is due to start, a member of the West Highland College staff will be available by email: for any last-minute technical issues.

We are able to fully subsidise these spaces as part of our Scottish Government Climate Challenge Funded project, Seasons of Change. For more information on the project please contact Sarah Forrest, Project Manager, by emailing Join the climate conversation on our Facebook page @lairglc.

Lairg & District Learning Centre will hold your details on our student data base. If you do not wish your details to be held please let us know by emailing

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